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