financial privacy is key to consumer privacy planning

Financial privacy is a key component of your personal privacy planning program. Indeed, consumer privacy is enhanced greatly when you follow my three decades of experience model for personal privacy and business privacy as outlined in my many articles and book. Let’s review some financial privacy and banking secrecy principles. Here is an excerpt from my e-book, Privacy Crisis:

Chapter 15, Anonymous Banking, page 189

Check Cashing stores

“Many people successfully handle their personal finances without using a bank.

Check cashing companies provide these services to customers who are either on the lam, illegally working in the country, have previously had banking problems and are unable to open accounts with banks, or require very high level financial privacy and do not want to risk clearing checks through a bank or having a bank account of any kind.”

Keep your money hidden and safe from searches and asset seizures

Bank Secrecy” through the use of a check cashing store is fine for your current account needs when you exercise your right to financial privacy and insist that your most private information is kept off of the “account.” I recommend that you not provide your Social Security number or Employer identification number to the institution.

Asset protection or how to hide assets

While the goal of a traditional asset protection plan is to control everything and own nothing, certain privacy experts protect identity, privacy, and achieve asset protection through the use of a bank secrecy and financial privacy program. Privacy Crisis has six chapters on modern financial privacy. You can begin to regain your personal privacy in minutes from now as you read what has proven to be the best personal and business privacy strategies for asset protection and financial privacy.

Grant Hall

can financial privacy protect assets?

Want to protect your personal financial privacy and protect assets without the high costs of an asset protection attorney? Do you know how to hide assets without the high costs of forming an offshore asset protection trust or an onshore entity that will withstand an asset search by a troublesome investigator? Certain succsssful privacy experts believe the best asset protection strategies are privacy and due diligence when one has a limited budget and is pressed for time.

This blog and website encourages all readers to abide by applicable laws in their given jurisdiction and the author is not engaged in rendering any professional advice pertaining to legal asset protection. The articles are for privacy protection, banking privacy, banking secrecy, and are intended to empower readers to exercise their rights to financial privacy and  consumer privacy. See a competent professional for accounting, legal, and tax advice.

For bulletproof banking secrecy, set up an “account” with a check cashing store. You will be asked to provide proof of identity with a valid identity document. I never, ever provide a Social Security number or employer identification number to these retail oulets. Likewise, your home address can and should be protected. Keep home privacy by using a mailing address for your business and home in lieu of your actual physical address. Use untraceable phones as your phone contacts.

Once checks are cashed, the storage of cash and other liquid assets without a trace to your name will enable you to protect your assets and prevent asset seizures. And inancial privacy and asset protection provides for other privacy benefits; you can protect identity, preserve home privacy, and avoid identity theft when you practice banking secrecy and financial privacy.

Our Free information series of privacy courses may be of value to you for financial privacy and for asset protection strategies.

Our e-book,  Privacy Crisis is available for sale and immediate download. You will learn how to protect assets regardless of your personal and business privacy needs. Financial privacy can be achieved through the use of a sophisticated asset protection program or simply through  hiding assets while exercising your righ to financial privacy.

Grant Hall