Keys to protecting privacy

Here are some of my most important privacy protection principles and the chapters where these key privacy living principles are found in my best-selling e-book, Privacy Crisis.

Financial privacy is essential for freedom. Who has any business tracking and tracing your money and property?


Make money and assets invisible. Open a U.S. safe deposit box without identification or a tax payer identification number or Social Security number. See chapters 15, 17, 18.


Prevent wage garnishments, beat government and private databases. See chapter 22.


Lock out identity thieves. Prevent medical identity theft-the fastest growing i.d. theft crime in the world. Prevent unwanted intrusions. Hide your home address-no matter whether you rent or own your home. See chapters 6-8, 19


Prevent government phone taps and e-mail monitoring…stop hackers. See chapters 13, 14.


No returning to the DMV for 50 years. See chapter 4

All of this and more in my best-selling e-book, Privacy Crisis.

Look for my new book, Privacy Crisis Banking. Coming soon.

Grant Hall

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protecting privacy will stop identity theft

Consumer privacy can be achieved through privacy living. Protecting privacy will stop identity theft during the current privacy crisis, and indeed, we are in a privacy crisis as identity theft and fraud continue to escalate at a rapid pace and identity theft is the leading fraud crime in the U.S.A. for about seven years in a row.

Consumer privacy steps can be taken to prevent identity theft.

Identity protection can be accomplished through consumer privacy living, and the best identity theft protection is a plan that empowers the individual and his/her family to travel, bank, work, and live anonymously.

Travel anonymously by using a Trust to hold title to your automobile.

Bank secrecy prevents bank identity theft. Holding accounts in a trust’s name or a business entity-when done correctly, breaks the paper trail from money under your control to your true name. Credit card identity theft can be prevented through the use of pseudo names on prepaid debit cards while making purchases online and the secure use of credit cards held in your name.

Medical identity theft prevention may save your life.

Prevent medical identity theft by keeping insurance policy numbers and Social Security numbers out of the wrong hands. Provide policy numbers only when services are being provided. Do not give medical providers your Social Security number.

Internet privacy protection is important as financial identity theft may occur through the theft of accounts accessed online or through correspondences linked to you. Creating a new identity is the best identity theft protection for online privacy.

Grant Hall

How to protect identity and prevent identity theft

Preventing identity theft is based on responsible privacy living in order to protect identity, prevent credit fraud, protect money and property, prevent Social Security number fraud, prevent medical identity theft, and any number of other identity theft related crimes.

Best Ways To Protect Identity

Privacy living goes a long way toward identity theft prevention. You and your family can avoid identity theft when you plan ahead and learn to do it right. Identity protection is doable and requires your due diligence and efforts as identity theft crimes skyrocket out of control.

Protect your home by keeping  residents’ names out of county record data bases. We favor using a Trust to hold residential properties while using an administrative trustee to sign on necessary registration forms and to do the bidding for the trustees of the trust.

Renters should learn to rent properties anonymously to prevent home privacy invasions. Privacy experts have used the anonymous living principles as described in Privacy Crisis.

Protect Identity Free Without the High Cost of Identity Theft Insurance

Identity theft insurance has made a big splash in the pond as the small fish swim helplessly around wondering how to avoid identity theft, or what to do about this crime, the leading fraud crime in the country-for about the seventh year in a row. Careful now. Can you really trust corporate strangers with your most personal and confidential information? Are you willing to take a chance on identity theft insurance company personnel and give them access to your home address, home telephone number, banking and credit file information, employer information, and your Social Security number? Might there be sharks swimming in these waters?

Protect Identity Tips

Live anonymously by keeping your money and property anonymous. Learn how to travel, bank, work, and live under the radar-in the U.S.A. or anywhere in the world.

Use Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living, the world’s best privacy book to prevent identity theft and protect identity.

Grant Hall

Do you really want to learn how to disappear?

I don’t carry identification. I usually don’t provide identity documents unless required by law to do so. I believe these are fundamental freedom rights to privacy.

Are you a number or am I paranoid?

Are you a number? Yes. If you live as the masses, produce identity documents at the whim of every agency and bureaucratic clerk who’s trying to boost her afternoon self esteem and justify her job-at your expense, and it could be a big, big expense.

You see, we are in a Privacy Crisis and have been for sometime. Those who do not recognize it, and believe it’s okay to be a number, and also believe I am paranoid, read on, please.

About identity theft

This fraud crime is continuing it’s upward trend and breaking records yearly-at the expense of nearly 7% of the population according to one report. And, I just read the average cost has increased, too. Now, it costs upwards of $3,500.00 to fix a stolen identity, not to mention the hundreds or thousands of hours of your labor it will take to restore your good name-if it can be restored at all.

Prevent medical identity theft through privacy living, not identity theft insurance.

Once you understand identity theft insurance, the concept appears to be a privacy oxymoron. That is, the buyer and the insured, pays a premium for privacy and to avoid identity theft. In return, he/she provides their most personal and confidential data including name, Social Security number, home address, home telephone number, workplace, work phone number, and opens credit bureau files and more information to an army of corporate employees to access. Now, how much personal privacy does that give the identity theft premium payer?

By the way, it costs about $20,000.00 to fix a medical identity theft, the new star category of id fraud. It makes far more sense to live anonymously and learn how to disappear than it does to spend the big bucks and time to fix an identity fraud crime if you become an identity theft victim.

Dedication becomes a lifestyle

We spend time in two or three spots a year and I think no more about NOT providing identification when renting a seasonal home than I do about drinking a second cup of coffee. Having no telephone in my name, complete bank secrecy, and not having to worry about being identified by vehicle registration data as I and other family members drive our vehicles, makes complete sense to me. We are dedicated and practice personal privacy living in order to exercise our rights to privacy and because we choose to do it for safety reasons. How about you?

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Thanks for reading.

Grant Hall