How to Disappear from an Abusive Spouse

How does one learn how to disappear from an abusive spouse and never be found by an abusive husband or wife? Should a stalking victim depend on law enforcement or other agencies to protect their privacy? We believe individuals who become stalking victims or who want to disappear from an abusive spouse  should take responsibility for themselves and stop the stalking through high-level personal privacy living principles. This article will address key consumer privacy living principles and concepts that will ensure the  safety of one who becomes a stalking victim and needs to take the steps to avoid an exhusband’s stalking-or the stalker could be an exwife as well. Key personal privacy living concepts include:

Home Privacy

Home privac is the most important part of any consumer privacy program. A traditional mortgage allows anyone to see where you live through accessing credit bureau files or county databases.

If you borrow money, learn to disguise the source of funds. Borrowing money privately for a home purchase is key  to establishing home privacy.

Create an “invisible home mortgage” as described in Privacy Crisis Banking.

Mobile living is the most prvate of all home privacy plans.

Travel Privacy

Make the automobile used for travel have no links to you. This requires knowledge of how to register the car. A Trust as the owner has worked quite well for many who use travel privacy to disappear from an abusive spouse. The car’s plates must not reveal your name  when the dangerous stalker runs the license plates through a database. See the travel section of Privacy Crisis.

Banking Privacy

Financial privacy and banking privacy are key to losing your abusive spouse. Utilize the concepts I have outlined in Privacy Crisis Banking. You have choices as well as resources. Certain financial institutions will help you meet your financial privacy needs. Credit card privacy is also essential and you can be tracked through the credit card purchases. Use gift cards to preserve credit card privacy as per the book. One resource offers a $500 card with no registration requirement.

Grant Hall

 

Prevent Identity Theft with a Financial Privacy Plan

How can identity protection be accomplished in order to prevent identity theft? How can one stop identity theft? Is it possible to avoid identity theft as this crime continues to pace all fraud crimes? Yes. This article will provide guideance for consumer privacy with an emphasis on financial privacy for the purpose of protecing privacy-specifically with identity theft prevention as the privacy living objective.

Consumer privacy is essential to prevent identity theft and a high-level financial privacy plan is key to protect identity and empower one and his/her family to escape id theft.

Once one’s financial privacy has been established, id theft risk will be reduced substantially. Imagine the confusion an identity theft criminal will experience when he finds no money or assets under his target’s name. In order to make an identity theft fraud crime next to impossible to commit, one needs to have the aforementioned financial privay plan in place before the identity thief attempts to strike and make you and yours an identity theft victim.

In order to avoid identity theft, bank secrecy and personal privacy principles are necessary, and some of the key concepts include:

Credit Card Privacy: Freeze credit bureau files and avoid using credit cards for routine purchases. Use credit lines and cards for major purchases. Request account number changes from the issuing financial institution when you believe it to be necessary for personal privacy protection.

Banking Privacy: Once can obtain banking secrecy when the Ultimate Bank Secrecy Account is used as per the information and resources in my new book Privacy Crisis Banking. Banking privacy can be increased  when checks are cashed without using a Social Security number.

Home Privacy: You can learn to create an Invisible Home Mortgage to make the source of funds used to purchase a home unknown. Fraudsters will be unable to find your home address when they tap into government databanks that contain home owners’ names and home addresses. Likewise, the viewing of credit reports will be of no help as the funds used to buy the house will not lead to the home purchased with the “invisible mortgage.”

Comprehensive personal and business privacy is fully explained in my e-book, Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living.

My new book, Privacy Crisis Banking: Bank Secrecy Plan & Resource Guide to Protect Identity, Money, and Property provides information and resources for financial privacy and banking secrecy plans. This book is available as a hardcover or as an e-book.

Buy the books at:

http://www.privacycrisis.com/orders_index.html

Grant Hall, Author

James Clark King, LLC, Publisher

 

 

your right to credit card financial privacy

Credit card privacy and your right to financial privacy can be accomplished today in the U.S.A. and worldwide.

Using checks is not a good idea for routine bill payments as the payee who receives your check as payment will have information leading to your bank account. Instead of checks, cash, money orders, and anonymous gift credit cards will keep your money your business, and preserve your right to financial privacy.

Credit card privacy is best accomplished through the limited use of credit lines, through the “freezing” of credit bureau files, and by changing account numbers periodically. Your bank will cancel a card and issue a different number when one believes there is a chance of fraud based on any number of suspicious happenings.

Banking privacy is discarded by the masses for the most part as they believe this type of financial privacy is not doable, and this belief is reinforced as the media talking heads make the viewing public believe that the government-your employer, has the right to your most personal and confidential information, including your Social Security number, Mother’s maiden name, home address, home telephone number, employment information, and credit bureau information. Some banks have adopted the practice of fingerprinting their customers in certain instances.

We believe the current banking customer model forced on the uninformed public is designed to track, trace, and control the population. And we do not believe freedom minded people should give up their right to financial privacy as they should strive to bank secretly while following all laws, but while still exercising their privacy rights.

Grant Hall

offshore address key to credit card privacy

An offshore address can be noted in the comments section of your credit bureau files report to alert all who see it that you now reside offshore, and such a high-level, home privacy, and financial privacy tactic will go a long way in preserving your credit card privacy. Next, you may “freeze” your credit bureau files so that only those who do business with you or whomever you allow access to your credit files knows your address.

Banking privacy and credit card privacy are important privacy living components of your personal privacy plan, and you have a right to financial privacy, and your risks of a privacy invasion will be minimized once you utilize an offshore address as your offical address. Such a privacy measure will be extremely helpful as you prevent anyone from invading your consumer prvacy.

If you’re bothered by a stalker, you can stop the stalking through the use of an offshore address designed to ensure your home privacy as well as your banking privacy. Phone stalking and other forms of harassment stalking will not occur when your home address is believed to be out of the country. In fact, any stalking crime or financial privacy invasion will not occur when your home address, telephone, credit card account records, and other bank records lead to an address in another country.

A Trust bank account held in a name without any association to your true name can be a good financial privacy idea. Simply open a trust checking account, obtain a separate Employer Identification Number, and deposit funds payable to either yourself or the trust’s name into the account. Read more about financial privacy and banking secrecy in my best-selling e-book, Privacy Crisis.

Grant Hall

home privacy and how to avoid identity theft

HOME MORTGAGES ARE PRIVACY INVASIVE LOANS 

Privacy seekers should avoid a traditional home mortgage and are advised to borrow money discretely.

Borrowing money while using assets under your control is an ideal way to secure the loan,  and make the purpose of the funds used to purchase a home your home privacy secret.

 BORROWING WITH COLLATERAL

Please remember to make certain to borrow only according to the provisions of your credit agreements with lending institutions.

When borrowing against property-liquid or illiquid, the astute privacy-living, manager’s objective is to make the source of funds used to purchase the home “invisible”. 

This method of borrowing funds is the exact opposite of how the masses borrow money, and in fact, once a home mortgage is secured, the borrower has provided all who access key credit information with a telescopic view of their financial life and portions of their personal and business life as well.

Essentially, all financial privacy is sacrificed when one borrows money for a house and assumes a traditional home mortgage.

Bank secrecy and credit card privacy will be impossible when one has lenders peeking at his credit bureau reports following the assumption of a traditional home mortgage. And home privacy will be impossible as all who see your credit report will have access to your home address.

Property used for collateral by borrowers with the objective of establishing an “invisible home mortgage” may include a margin stock account and rental real estate property. Both could be used in conjunction as well.

Successful home privacy is accomplished only when the individual cannot be traced from various databases to his actual living quarters, and in order to accomplish this objective, the resident must break all paper and electronic trails from their true name and previous residence.

Do you need an alternate identity for home privacy?

A review of the Identification and Home section of Privacy Crisis will provide guidelines on how serious privacy seekers remain anonymous while living in hotels, motels, homes they control through a trust, apartment living, and Recreational Vehicles.

One is able to rent property in privacy when following guidelines used by those living anonymously as explained fully in the ‘Home’ section of Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living.

An identity thief will have no clue how to target the anonymous resident whose personal and confidential data cannot be found in data bases used to steal an identity.