Can a bank account garnishment be avoided with banking privacy?

Does banking privacy prevent a bank account garnishment? Yes.

Bank Secrecy

Financial privacy and anonymous banking may be achieved in the U.S.A. or anywhere in the world today.

Stop listening to the talking heads who want you to believe that big government has a right to know your business and where you park your cash. Further, certain media sources would like for you to believe that it is perfectly fine for your assets and bank account holdings to be visible to big government. Why would you want anyone-government included to know your business? Do you want your employees-government to know where you keep your money? You are provided with a right to privacy according to the U.S. constitution. Exercise your privacy rights.

Through the use of certain non traditional banking resources in the U.S.A. and traditional banks offshore, one’s right to financial privacy is assured. Indeed, it is possible to bank online without the use of a Social Security number while using a U.S. financial institution. Details are explained and resources are provided in my New Book, Bank Secrecy: Financial Privacy Crisis Plan and Resource Guide. Look for the e-book to be available soon through our website at: www.PrivacyCrisis.com.

Timeliness of an asset protection program

In order to withstand the test of fraudulent conveyance, assets must be transferred prior to any knowledge of an action.

Assets cannot be seized when they cannot be found through asset searches. However, if one were served with a summons and deposed, he or she should, of course, disclose their true holdings and tell the truth if they were put under oath.

It is important to abide by all laws in your given jurisdiction as you practice bank secrecy. Banking privacy and/or asset protection can be achieved the right way while transferring assets to an entity that cannot be pierced nor can the assets held by the entity be used to satisfy the judgment of an individual limited partner of this company.

A Nevada Limited Partnership has been the choice of many who practice asset protection. It is important to register the company anonymously in order to preserve personal privacy. Once you do this according to the information in Privacy Crisis, you can control all assets while owning nothing.

This article is not intended to offer legal advice. Consult competent professionals for your accounting, legal and tax advice.

Cash and Carry

The ultimate “bank” secrecy program is accomplished by opening an “account” with a privacy-friendly institution that provides check cashing services to individuals and businesses. Once the check is cashed on the spot as it is presented, the individual or business manager receives the cash and carries it away for safe keeping.

The funds are now under control of the person and may be stored anonymously through the use of private companies providing safe deposit boxes or deposited into a “safe” entity under one’ control.

Resources are provided in my upcoming book, Bank Secrecy.

Grant Hall


Should Stalking Victims Create Financial Privacy?

You’re one of nearly every ten women in the country who is being stalked by an obsessive ex-boyfriend or ex-husband. Perhaps you are a man who is being trailed by a cyber stalker or phone stalker. You have tried to establish home privacy so he won’t find you in the credit bureau data bases or county records. Your car title has been changed, too. The new job you have taken ensures workplace privacy-you hope. All of these high level privacy living tactics have been completed according to proven privacy living methods.

Should you try to establish a financial privacy program? Yes.

Bank secrecy means no one will know where to find your money. And while a commercial bank checking account held in one’s name offers convenience and is economical to maintain, leaving money out in the open provides a subscriber to certain data bases with information on where to locate your money.  What are your banking privacy options?

BANK SECRECY OPTIONS

A trust checking account opened properly without sacrificing one’s identifiers will offer a certain degree of privacy. Make certain to choose a name unrelated to your name and use an Employer Identification Number obtained anonymously as the tax payer number on the account. There should be no trace of your name or address tied to the account for the outside world to see. Bank secrecy takes time, extra effort, and is more expensive than banking the “normal” way, so recognize what you’re up against as you keep your money secrets.

A private banking privacy option involves pseudo banking establishments called check cashing stores or check cashing services. Once an “account” is opened, you will be able to “cash and carry,” and practice cash banking, the most private way of keeping money under your control. Your endorsed check will be deposited into the financial institution’s corporate account and you will receive your cash on the spot. Now, you have cash in hand and have no risk of having your “bank account” discovered through a search, and statements will not be mailed to you when you practice financial privacy through the use of check cashing stores.

Receiving your payments for employment or work under the name of a secretly registered business entity, ensures your workplace privacy and financial privacy.

Safes and safety deposit boxes established in entity names which are registered anonymously will complete a bank secrecy program.  Follow the proven privacy principles and methods that have worked for high level financial privacy.

Thanks for reading.

Grant Hall

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