How to be Invisible on Paper for Safety and Privacy

Are you suffering from a privacy crisis? Today, unless you take personal privacy precautions, you and your family as well as your personal and business property could be in danger. How can you guard against such disasters as becoming a stalking victim, prevent identity theft, both business and personal, and live privately while participating in the “normal” activities of work and socialization?

It is possible to become “invisible” on Paper by creating a self totally separate from the real you. And your life does not have to be disrupted in the process. Your new privacy living priorities will, however, separate you from the crowd, and you will, of course be more selective in the people you associate with as well as careful about who knows details of your intimate, private life.

A worthwhile objective if you’re convinced you need to take your privacy to the next level is to establish a new identity, create an alter ego-an identity to be used only for the sake of privacy and safety, and to be used for non-official purposes.

Once, you become someone else-on paper, stalkers will have no clue to your whereabouts, and your days of being a stalking victim will cease. You will no longer have to endure the harm “he” caused.

What about money and financial privacy? Worried about all the privacy invasive measures banks, brokers, currency dealers, and others ask for when you want to invest or buy expensive items? It is possible to do all of this and do it according to the policies of these institutions while not skirting laws or putting yourself at risk. It’s just that you’ll need to teach yourself how to bank anonymously-as anonymous as is necessary to keep unwanted identity thieves and others-perhaps an ex-spouse from draining your accounts or running up your credit card bills.

Learn to bank and hold property privately by reading Grant Hall’s financial privacy e-book, Privacy Crisis Banking.

While your banking and brokerage accounts will be under your control, the accounts will be titled under entity names. And these entities can be registered anonymously when registration is a requirement. Home privacy can be established when you buy a home by titling the property in a trust or an investment property in a Limited Liability Company. These privacy crisis principles will enable you to establish your financial privacy while keeping everything on the up and up.

Grant Hall wrote Privacy Crisis and this e-book contains an entire section on financial privacy. Chapter topics in the book, Privacy Crisis include Anonymous Banking, Private Bill Payments, Private Investments, Real Estate and Hard Assets, Credit Bureaus, and Retirement Accounts.

Establishing financial privacy as described above empowers one to control all financial matters without revealing his/her identity on these assets to the outside world. Thus, one’s financial life becomes invisible to the outside world.

James Clark King, LLC

 

how to vanish and create a new identity to stop stalking

If you’re being stalked, you need to learn how to vanish and create a new identity to stop the stalker. How can you stop the stalking when a dangerous abusive ex husband has you in his sights?

First, learn how to disappear and never be found. Creating a new identity will break the paper trail from your old data that is housed in various data banks. Once you have created a new name for privacy purposes, you will be able to successfully stop the stalking. Your anti social ex hubby will not be successful when he attempts to locate you through traditional investigative channels. Database searches will fail, credit reports will prove to be ineffective, and friends and relatives will be tapped for information as the last resources to possibly locate you. Your job as an ex stalking victim is to keep mum and avoid contact with all family and friends indefinitely.

When you decide to learn how to vanish, your method acting skills will necessarily be implemented as you truly must become someone else to successfully break the trail of a troublesome and dangerous stalker. You may be a stalking victim, but you can successfully turn your life around. Many stalking victims have escaped their abusive ex husbands. You can do the same.

Privacy Crisis  will provide all personal privacy information for home privacy and privacy living. Successful privacy advocates live beneath the radar by creating a new identity for privacy purposes while maintaining their official identity. It’s a balancing act to be certain, but a necessary adjustment for stalking victims who want to regain their freedom and stop the stalking and avoid a dangerous privacy invasion, probable physical and emotional injuries, and possibly death.

Thanks for reading.

Grant Hall

how to vanish today

Do you want to learn how to vanish? Do you need to make a dangerous ex husband or wife, or ex lover stop stalking you and monitoring your every move? Want to learn how to achieve personal privacy of the highest level? It is not as difficult as you may think when  you create a new identity for non-official use. How can you learn how to create a new identity?

Begin by using a pseudo name for privacy purposes. Authors, certain actors, and others use pen names. Why can’t you create a new identity, too? You can.

Make certain to check the laws within your jurisdiciton prior to implementing a new identity for privacy purposes. Always follow the law when you practice my privacy principles.

Home Privacy and how to vanish in one day

Not much has changed since I wrote the privacy article providing information on how to disappear completely and never be found- all  within one day. You can learn how to vanish within such a short period of time when you are motivated to succeed and through the use of privacy living principles. Read and study my privacy principles on this blog and website.

Through the use a new identity and a home rented in your newly created identity, you will see how simple it is to learn how to vanish from all data bases that contain your official identity information. You can break the paper trail from yourself to the new you within one day.

When you have achieved home privacy and provided your new name to the butcher, the baker, and the candlestick maker instead of allowing these service providers access to your true identity, you will be able to meet personal privacy goals and objectives.  So, when you want to learn how to vanish, carefully and lawfully enrich your privacy through privacy principles designed to take power away from your enemies.

Can you really learn how to vanish completely? Yes. However, home privacy is only one important component of your total personal and business privacy program.

For a comprehensive privacy living and financial privacy guide, you can purchse my best-selling e-book, Privacy Crisis  and achieve total business and personal privacy.

Protection against identity theft; creating a new identity

Identity protection is a careful process whereas one discretely identifies themselves and only shows primary identification when required by law to do so or when they choose to do so. In order to protect identity, it is necessary to create a new identity so that the butcher, the baker, and the candle stick maker does not enter your personal and confidential information into their privacy-invasive data bases, and place your identity at risk of being stolen by identity thieves.

Protection against identity theft is a personal lifestyle process and a business protective measure as well, and contrary to popular belief, identity theft insurance is not the best solution to protect identity. Would you entrust your name, home address, business address, personal and business telephone numbers, e-mail addresses, Social Security number, tax identification number(s), and other personal and confidential information to a large corporation who may have high employee turnover, and give their part-time, and other employees access to all of this information? That’s what you’re asked to do when you sign up for identity theft insurance. From my point of view, identity theft insurance seems like the greatest hoax of all insurance policies.

Back to creating a new identity for privacy purposes. You should not be providing your name and home address to the guy or gal who services your car or provides other routine services. Not even your doctor’s office should have your Social Security number. Many identity theft (medical identity theft) jobs occur by insiders. Tread carefully. It is best to keep your identity information secret whenerver possible.

Read more about privacy living here.

Grant Hall

How can an abused woman escape domestic violence?

This article provides a way for an abused woman to escape her abusive ex within a short period of time. Specific recommendations are provided for the initial escape and references and resource links are contained  in the article.

Help hot lines and domestic violence shelters

Those who operate these domestic violence facilities are to be commended for their efforts. And to be fair, these companies provide their share of help to abused women. In fact, the hot line may have provided substantial supportive counseling prior to the time the abused woman is ready and willing to end the domestic violence against her by making a clean getaway from her abusive husband or ex boyfriend.  Once this decision is made by the battered woman, it is time to establish a defensive plan-an immediate, emergency plan to stop stalking efforts of her abusive ex who will surely come looking for her once he discovers she has left the nest.

Stopping Stalking

Nipping the stalking problem in the bud is the best strategic plan If it can be accomplished. This means the stalking victim should, if possible, learn how to lose her stalker ex immediately upon leaving the home where the domestic violence took place.

Create a new identity and become a roommate

Begin the escape plan by becoming known by a pen name or alternate name in order to break the paper trail to the real you. How will your stalking ex pick up the trail on Mary Sue Davidson when she is now known as Kathy Washington in her new apartment which she shares with a roommate who has all house utilities in her name?

For more information, please review this article on harassment stalking:

http://ezinearticles.com/?Stop-Stalking-Problems-When-You-Create-a-New-Identity&id=3633281

Privacy living tactics

Once an escape has been made, the staking victim and former abused woman will need to adopt high-level privacy living principles in order to establish bank secrecy, ensure home privacy, develop workplace anonymity, and learn to travel secretly.

Further reading is recommended for those who desire information on stalking harassment. We offer a FREE E-MAIL COURSE. To subscribe, click HERE.

Stalking victims and others who have suffered stalking harassment or those who want to learn about privacy living may be interested in visiting our website, www.PrivacyCrisis.com.

Our e-book, Privacy Crisis; Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living is a stalking book that will provide all the information necessary to prevent stalking or lose an obsessive ex or other stalker who wants to make you his stalking victim. You can purchase the e-book and begin reading it in just Five minutes from now.

IF you question whether you should take the crime of stalking or the crime of domestic violence seriously, please be advised that stalkers are very persistent in some cases and have been known to stalk their victims from one year to as long as forty years.  Consider this piece of stalking information and these stalking statistics taken as direct quotes from the website below:

http://new.abanet.org/domesticviolence/Pages/Statistics.aspx

“Stalking According to the Stalking Resource Center:

  • 1,006,970 women and 370,990 men are stalked annually in the United States.
  • 1 in 12 women and 1 in 45 men will be stalked in their lifetime.
  • 77% of female and 64% of male victims know their stalker.
  • 87% of stalkers are men.
  • 59% of female victims and 30% of male victims are stalked by an intimate partner.
  • 81% of women stalked by a current or former intimate partner are also physically assaulted by that partner.
  • 31% of women stalked by a current or former intimate partner are also sexually assaulted by that partner.
  • The average duration of stalking is 1.8 years.
  • If stalking involves intimate partners, the average duration of stalking increases to 2.2 years.
  • 61% of stalkers made unwanted phone calls; 33% sent or left unwanted letters or items; 29% vandalized property; and 9% killed or threatened to kill a family pet.
  • 28% of female victims and 10% of male victims obtained a protective order. 69% of female victims and 81% of male victims had the protection order violated.

Stalking Resource Ctr., The Nat’l Ctr. for Victims of Crime, Stalking Fact Sheet, http://www.ncvc.org/src/Main.aspx (citing Patricia Tjaden & Nancy Thoennes, U.S. Dep’t of Justice, NCJ 169592, Stalking in America: Findings from the National Violence Against Women Survey (1998)”

THANKS.

Grant Hall

Stop Stalking

Stalking victims can stop stalking when they learn to practice privacy living. Indeed, depending on the level of personal privacy one chooses, it is possible to learn how to  hide and disappear completely and never be found-not from an abusive ex-husband, a workplace privacy stalker, one who engages in phone stalking or any other type of harassment stalking.

Home privacy is of utmost importance to stalking victims or others who want to avoid a stalking crime. Using a new identity and renting under an alternate  name has been effective. Becoming a roommate of one holding a lease or title to a home dwelling is a quick method of living beneath the radar.

Telephones held anonymously will prevent phone stalking. Cell telephones  purchased for cash over the counter without ties to your true name, address or credit bureau files, prevent phone stalking.

Internet stalking, a problematic stalking crime may be remedied while avoiding the use of one’s true name in all e-mail communications, computer registrations, and online purchases.

Harassment stalking can be avoided when high level privacy standards are followed. And being stalked may become a dangerous problem as stalkers are both persistent and frequently harm their stalking victims.

Grant Hall

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