Grant Hall on Protecting Financial Privacy and Preventing Identity Theft

Keeping finances and property ownership a secret will protect identity and prevent identity theft and help you avoid privacy invasions.

Financial Privacy is a core privacy principle for all privacy advocates and will prevent bank identity theft and make you and your family and your property invisible.

Exercising your right to financial privacy is imperative as you attempt to protect your privacy from a number of predators who may wish to harm or steal from you and your family. Potential kidanppers will not be able to identify you as a worthwhile target when your bank secrecy and home privacy measures are in place. Use home privacy and banking privacy as described in the Privacy Crisis series.

Identity Theft Prevention is a huge benefit derived from obtaining home privacy. Of particular interest to many today is how to prevent a thief from stealing your identity in order to receive medical treatment under your name or the name of a family member. Preventing medical identity theft is a priority today as this form of identity theft is the white collar crime of choice among many identity thieves. Keep insurance policy names, numbers, group names, and the identities of all covered members private until the services are rendered. Refuse to provide policy information over the telephone to medical providers and do not provide Social Security Numbers, home addresses, home land line telephone numbers to providers. Instead, substitute mail drops, voice mail numbers, and omit the SSN for personal privacy reasons. These types of identity theft prevention tactics are necessary as many identity thieves have worked for medical providers and some have taken these jobs to gain  access to patients’ records.

These articles on how to prevent identity theft may be of interest as you learn to live privately.

You may be interested in subscribing to our free e-mail series on identity theft prevention.

Privacy Crisis Banking provides financial privacy principles and banking privacy resources for the business manager or individual who wants to practice bank secrecy and keep money and investment affairs private.

Grant Hall

Protecting Privacy in the Digital Age

An e-mail correspondent ends each of his notes with the question, “Do you feel free?.” Others who write regarding questions on privacy and specifically, banking privacy and financial privacy almost universally express their dissatisfaction with the current state of affairs, and many are seeking information on home privacy and fear a bank account garnishment or seizure. And everyone wants to know how to prevent identity theft, and stalking victims would love to know the formula to stop stalking. This article is intended to provide information and resources to help with protecting privacy. Keep in mind that privacy principles and concepts have overlapping effects.

Are you aware of the current state of affairs? If you are dependent on the mainstream news media such as television and more television, and the highly touted radio talk show hosts-there are three or four, I suggest you miss a great deal. Are you open minded? Will you at least entertain some new ideas and look at the evidence? If so, I highly recommend a relatively new newspaper done the old fashioned way-the way papers are best read, in hardcopy form. It is called, “The Sovereign” Newspaper. Write for subscription information:

“The Sovereign” Newspaper, P.O. Box 418, New York, New York 10116

If you are interested in preserving your freedom, privacy may be an important issue for you and your family. Come to think of it, a few short years ago, a very fine radio talk show host, Frank Whelan expressed that freedom was closely related to personal and business privacy, and this was during my early interviews with Frank during the early stages of promoting my first book, Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living. Certain radio interviews on privacy living and identity theft prevention and other privacy-related topics are archived on our website. You may want to tune in and perhaps you can benefit from our free privacy e-mail privacy courses that are e-mailed to subscribers each day for several days. These are introductory courses to personal privacy.

Privacy Crisis will provide a foundation of information on general privacy. You can learn to travel, work, and live anonymously. As the digital age offers challenges to the privacy advocate, the book provides details on how to keep ISPs your business. You can remain anonymous in all your internet affairs. And it is a good idea to do so.

Privacy Crisis Banking, my new book provides financial privacy and banking secrecy information and specific resources used by pros worldwide to accomplish banking privacy and secrecy in all money and property affairs. Read trade reviews and customer reviews and more customer reviews.

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Stop Identity Theft; Articles and Consumer Privacy Resources

How can you and your family accomplish identity protection, prevent identity theft and avoid becoming an identity theft fraud crime statistic? Based on my experience, it is imperative to live privately in order to avoid identity theft. This requires information, study, and planning. Can an idenity theft prevention plan be successfully implemented to stop the efforts of an identity theft plan by a fraud criminal or a gang of such fraudsters? Yes.

Do you need to provide privacy invasive personal and business information to an identity theft insurance company and pay premiums to such an outfit in order to prevent identity theft? No. Here is an article that I wrote on this subject that may be of interest to you:

How can you live while protecting privacy? Can you depend on an insurance company to help you protect identity? In my experienced opinion, you cannot depend on an identity theft insurance company to help you avoid identity theft. This article may be of interest:

We strive to provide identity theft articles and information to the public for the purpose of preventing all types of identity theft: medical identity theft, business identity theft, personal identity theft, and bank identity theft. Our Free, seven part, identity theft prevention course is offered by e-mail. Sign up at:

As medical identity theft is the new identity theft fraud crime of choice for many identity thieves, this article may be of value, and keep you from becoming an identity theft victim:

My first book is offered as an e-book and is available for immediate download. You can be reading Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living within five minutes from Now. Buy the book at:

Consumer privacy has many facets and there are substantial overlapping effects. One aspect of privacy that is of paramount importance to protecting privacy and preventing identity theft is financial privacy. Keep money and assets invisible and you will not be a worthwhile target for an identity thief. My new book, Privacy Crisis Banking will provide banking privacy principles and resources. Buy the book at:

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Prevent Identity Theft, Protecting Financial Privacy Resources

Protecting privacy for the purpose of identity protection and banking privacy can be acccomplished. This article will provide links to articles, courses, resources for those who want to keep home, family, money, businesses, and all property safe from seizures and confiscations.

Financial privacy and home privacy are paramount to protecting privacy and will ensure money and one’s home address are not discovered by the bad guys.

How can you avoid a home privacy invasion by criminals or agents?

Use Privacy Crisis home privacy principles as described in these free articles:

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How can you avoid a bank account seizure or business confiscation?

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Comprehensive privacy principles and concepts are found in our best-selling e-book, Privacy Crisis.

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Once one has the information, financial privacy and personal privacy can be achieved in any country in the world.

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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.

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Avoid Medical Identity Theft with Financial Privacy, Banking Secrecy

Unsuspecting patients normally provide the most personal and confidential financial information to medical providers’ office personnel, and place themselves at risk of becoming victims of medical identity theft. Through the use of financial privacy and banking secrecy, medical patients can avoid medical identity theft.

Readers may be interested in our free privacy courses and articles on personal and business privacy. Here are the links to our website’s topics relating to this article:

How can medical patients keep their right to financial privacy and prevent identity theft?

Patients should learn to exercise their assertiveness and refuse to provide privacy invasive information. Key parts of one’s personal life are necessarily kept secret to avoid the risk of bank identity theft, medical identity theft, and to protect identity from all who might attempt to commit a fraud crime of identity theft.

Banking secrecy should be practiced at all times. Medical service providers should not have credit card account numbers in their  files or the consumer being treated will be at risk of medical identity theft and/or bank identity theft, and credit card identity theft.

Financial privacy and banking privacy go a long way toward preventing medical identity theft. Prevent all who provide goods and services to you and your family from prying into your personal affairs. Do not  provide credit card numbers, bank account numbers to providers of medical services.

Pay bills privately with money orders or cash.

Keep your home privacy by utiltizing an offshore mailing address or other private address to receive your important correspondences. Home privacy goes a long way toward preventing medical identity theft and other forms of identity theft. Fraudsters will be unable to intercept your mail and case your house when home privacy is practiced.

Grant Hall



Live Under the Radar and Prevent Identity Theft

Is it possible to protect identity and avoid identity theft through privacy living? How can one avoid identity theft fraud without the use of questionable identity theft insurance? And how can we stop identity theft dead in its tracks as this white collar crime remains the fraud crime of choice for those who prey on the unsuspecting identity theft victim and his or her family?

Identity theft fraud ruins the lives of many who have no awareness of what consumer privacy should be. Indeed, personal privacy can be preserved when one initiates the principles in this article and in my books to live under the radar. And once a privacy living program is in place, there is no need for costly, privacy-invasive identity theft insurance. Here are some key privacy living principles to help you and your family avoid identity theft:

Financial Privacy Planning

You and your family have a right to financial priavcy and you must maintain a level of banking secrecy in order to protect identity and prevent bank identity theft, business identity theft, medical identity theft or the garden variety type of identity theft. Keep money matters private and focus on banking privacy to ensure that your money isn’t stolen from insiders or others.

Nevada Limited Partnership

Certain privacy advocates utilize an anonymously registered Nevada limited partnership to hold liquid assets. When this entity is set up properly, one controls money and assets and holds these assets anonymously.

Home Privacy

The use of the “Invisible Mortgage” has made the source of funds to borrow money for a home remain a mystery to those who might attempt to invade your home privacy or peek at your credit bureau report. This concealment of the source of the loan and the private registration of the property make one’s home address private, and these home privacy principles are essential to protecting privacy and identity.

Grant Hall


Can you stop identity theft with banking privacy?

How can you stop identity theft before it hits you or a family member? Can banking privacy keep the identity thieves at bay and help you and yours prevent identity theft? Yes.

Identity protection is best preserved through high-level privacy living. In fact, once you learn the key components required to live under the radar, you will not need to depend on part-time corporate employees working for identity theft insurance companies to help you and your family avoid identity theft. Consider this:

Would any rationale human being give his name, address, Social Security number, business address, home and work telephone numbers, credit card information, banking information, and other key financial and personal data to a stranger working for an identity theft insurance company? I think not. However, that’s what you’ll be expected to do IF you make the mistake of buying identity theft insurance-my opinion, of course.

Rather than turn over your personal and confidential information to a stranger on the phone, consider making your banking practices a secret by following these principles:

1. Keep names, Social Security Numbers, off of bank accounts-both business and personal. Use EINs only. Deal with management who want your business and will adhere to your financial privacy requirements. Resources are inside Privacy Crisis Banking.

a. Use trusts, LimIted Partnerships, Limited Liability Companies as described in the books.

b. Use the Ultimate Bank Secrecy Account for maximum security for protecting financial privacy as per the description, resources, chart in Privacy Crisis Banking.

2. Register businesses anonymously. Use the Trust Manager Principle.

3. Hold safe deposit boxes anonymously.

a. Resoruces for private safe deposit boxes in Europe and the U.S.A. are inside the books.

As you may not be aware of the true story regarding seizures of bank accounts, safe deposit boxes, businesses by government agencies, banks, states, identity thieves, refer to Privacy Crisis Banking. All cases are sourced with proper footnotes and a bibliography is included for further research.

Banking secrecy prevents huge losses in the event a criminal wants to target your personal or business bank accounts for the big score. Practice keeping your money affairs confidential and you’ll avoid identity theft.

Grant Hall



Financial Privacy: Protecting Privacy to Avoid Identity Theft

Your financial privacy goes a long way to help you and your family avoid identity theft.

Business and personal banking privacy combined with the concealment of all assets owned or controlled by you and your spouse will help avoid business identity theft, medical identity theft, and the garden variety, personal identtiy theft. And while the masses may provide their most personal and confidential data including their Social Security numbers, home address, business employer identification number, driver license number, land line telephone  numbers, automobile registration information, credit card numbers, and more to all financial institutions who ask for these identifiers, your  privacy  interests will be served when  you go against the grain, and keep all of the above, and more private.

I suggest financial privacy, especially banking and home registration information are the most sought after identity theft tools by identity thieves. Remember that some of my previous articles and blog posts cite specific cases where bank employees, medical providers’ employees, and other insiders have been caught stealing these pieces of data to use in their identity theft crimes.

A family whose home privacy is under control-privately registered without mention of any resident on the county paperwork, and whose household account, and other family members’ accounts are untraceable, will have taken the most important steps to preventing identity theft. And while such an identity theft prevention plan requires time, effort, and some extra expense, bank secrecy, and personal privacy protection are the best identity protection measures that can be taken to guard against the expensive, inconvenient, dangerous crimes of medical identity theft, busness identity theft, and bank identity theft.

Grant  Hall

How to Prevent Identity Theft and Avoid a Bank Account Seizure

Privacy living has overlapping effects. Utilize high-level prvacy principles and concepts and you will not need band aid-type remedies like identity theft insurance. This is an insurance coverage that is very privacy-invasive in the opinion of this author. Imagine providing your name, Social Security number, home address, employment information, and key financial data to an insurance company employee for identity protection. It’s a bad idea in the opinion of this experienced author. However, I have an ax to grind. I write and sell privacy books-two thus far, Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living and Privacy Crisis Banking: Bank Secrecy Plan & Resource Guide to Protect Identiy, Money, and Property. Both are resources designed to enable readers  to keep their personal and business lives private. So I have a bias toward identity theft insurance companies.

Rather than relying on others to preven identity theft for you through insurance policies, I believe it is best to establish a privacy lifestyle at whatever degree you deem necessary to survive the current battle against identity thieves.

In order to avoid identity theft, one will be well served to establish a high-level financial privacy program. Personal money, business bank accounts, the home residence, and all investment property-real and liquid assets should be hidden from those who subscribe to databanks that contain such information. Some key financial prvacy principles and banking privacy concepts are listed below:

1. Hold businesess privately utilizing the trust manager principle. This will stop identity theft as the culprits will not know the true identity of management.

2. Keep all bank accounts-personal and business hidden from view. Use entities to hold accounts. The Ultimate Bank Secrecy Account is a bank account established for total banking secrecy and it will not show up when asset searches are performed when it it set up according to my guidelines as written in Privacy Crisis Banking. Certain financial institutions are more amenable to privacy advocates’ needs than others, and communication skills and flexible management are necessary for this account to be opened. I’ve listed resources for you in the book, Privacy Crisis Banking.

3. A Nevada Limited Partnership offers privacy and asset protection for liquid assets. Again, the use of the trust manager principle will keep management private and in control.

Details of these principles are beyond the scope of articles. You may be interested in using my books to prevent identity theft and keep money and assets hidden and safe. Establishing a good identity protection program through privacy living with financial privacy as a priority is one of the most important business decisions you can make as identity theft continues to lead all fraud crimes year after year.

Grant Hall