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September 29, 2010
Do you know how to prevent medical identity theft, the fastest growing identity fraud crime segment of identity theft? Start by understanding that medical providers including doctors, nurses, labratory technicians, hospital administrators, office clerks, and all whom you come in contact with as you seek medical treatment are strangers-not your friends. So, once you understand that these folks should be treated as business people, not trusting friends, you can be on your way to preventing identity theft, and hopefully avoid having your personal data stolen when medical provider employees are careless with your information.
Avoid medical identity theft by not providing your Social Security number to medical providers. Why? Because with this lone identifier, the medical identity thief can literally wreck your entire financial life. He/she can pose as you and receive medical treatment, open credit lines, borrow money for a house, and commit a host of other identity theft crimes.
Provide medical insurance information only when services are to be provided. Often, clerks will ask for medical insurance policy information, and other personal and confidential data over the telephone prior to scheduling the medical appointment. Tell them NO if you want to protect identity and avoid the identity theft fraud crime of medical identity theft.
If the medical service is only a routine office visit, I would opt for paying cash and claiming benefits under insurance plans at a later time to avoid medical identity theft caused by negligent employees of medical providers.
Preventing identity theft can be accomplished through privacy living principles, and identity theft prevention can be accomplished without identity theft insurance-the oxymoron of the century in my experienced opinion. Protect identity by taking the responsibility to learn how to travel, bank, work, and live anonymously as you live in the U.S.A. or anywhere in the world today.
How to Travel Anonymously and avoid identity theft
Use a trust-owned automobile as described in Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Anonymous Living.
Bank Secrecy and anonymous ownership of property
Both domestic and foreign banks have been used successfully to obtain bank secrecy. It’s complicated, but my most recently completed study promises it can be done successfully. In fact, my new book, Bank Secrecy: Financial Privacy Crisis Plan and Resource Guide will soon be available for purchase. Stay tuned.
Avoid identity theft and keep your business your business. Whether you are an employee, subcontractor, or a self-employed business person, you can work beneath the radar. And in fact, your work privacy is one of your most important and most sacred privacy rights. Use the resources and privacy principles available to practice your business, occupation, or profession to whatever degree of privacy you deem necessary under your circumstances.
Owners of homes can keep their family name out of dangerous databases that identity thieves use to locate you and case your property. Keep these vultures out of your life as your trust-owned home thwarts the efforts of anyone who tries to find you through county registration records. Obtain utilities through a company name or by using the services of a nominee.
Renters can rent anonymously as described in Privacy Crisis.
The most important identity theft prevention principles to prevent id theft are lifestyle privacy living principles that empower the privacy seeker to travel, bank, work, and live anonymously.
September 27, 2010
Now that you’re about to purchase a new computer, it’s time to learn how to protect identity online and prevent identity theft. You can avoid identity theft and the high costs, labor, and frustration it costs to fix an identity theft-IF the problem can be fixed, of course. Preventing identity theft can be accomplished through privacy living. By far, the best idea is to avoid identity theft in the first place rather than having to go through the pain and expense of rehabiliting your stolen identity when an identity theft occurs.
Online identity theft is a favorite of identity theft fraud criminals as it provides the criminal with information minus the phone or personal contacts other crimes may require. And many people have no idea how to practice online consumer privacy making the identity thieves’ jobs an easy task when they find an unaware target.
How to protect identity online
Use these proven principles and concepts to keep identity thieves out of your online business.
1. Buy the computer for cash while leaving no paper trail from the store to your bank account or credit lines.
2. Establish an anonymous account with an internet service provider.
3. Use a proxy server for online surfing and online research.
4. Use a pseudo name for all e-mail correspondences.
5. Avoid giving strangers online any personal or business information.
Identity fraud is a costly crime and through an online identity theft, you could become vulnerable to any number of identity theft related crimes.
Medical identity theft and business identity theft are identity theft crimes that could occur if your e-mails contained information about your insurance policy or confidential business information.
Identity theft outlaws are a slick group of cons and often infiltrate forums and become e-mail list subscribers. So, as you manage your online business, be aware that certain “customers” may have motives to steal identity information.
We recommend privacy living principles that provide an individual and family with the ability to travel, bank, work, and live anonymously.
September 22, 2010
Privacy living principles provide consumer privacy without the need for identity theft insurance-the oxymoron of the twenty-first century in the opinion of this privacy expert and author. In fact, identity theft insurance is actually a risk to consumer privacy-again based on my experienced opinion. Identity theft prevention is best accomplished through personal privacy principles based on my researce, experience and in my opinion.
Giving corporate clerks, mid-level managers, or managers of identity theft insurance companies your personal and confidential information is a huge risk in my opinion. Why on earth would a consumer privacy seeker want to turn over his/her Social Security number, home address, home and work telephone numbers, credit bureau information, employer, and more to strangers-no matter whether they work for an identity theft insurance policy or not? THEY ARE STRANGERS.
Through privacy living, one can prevent identity theft and make no mistake about it, preventing identity theft should be a priority today. It continues to lead the list of fraud crimes year after year.
Read Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living. Here’s what you will find in the book:
Ensure phone and computer privacy
Data protection ensures that you protect identity from privacy-invasive data banks. Prevent government phone taps and e-mail monitoring. SEE CHAPTERS 13, 14
Stop wage garnishmnets…beat government tracking databases. SEE CHAPTER 22
Lock out snoops from your credit files…avoid stalkers, identity thieves, and unwanted intrusions. SEE CHAPTERS 6-8, 19
Get a “Permanent” U.S. Driver’s License
…No returning to the DMV for 50 years. SEE CHAPTER 4
Make money and assets invisible. Open a U.S. safe deposit box without identification or a Social Security number. SEE CHAPTERS 15, 17, 18
Buy the e-book, Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living and be reading how to solve your privacy crisis within FIVE MINUTES from NOW!
September 20, 2010
Protect identity through privacy living including a bullet proof financial privacy plan that provides banking privacy and you’ll have no need to entrust part time, identity theft insurance, clerks with personal and confidential information.
Personal privacy is making headlines these days as an identity theft occurs every few seconds and the crime of identity theft leads all fraud crimes. Consumer privacy is not easily obtained, especially in personal finances as banks, the pseudo government agencies try to milk consumers dry of their personal information for the “privilege” of storing their money with a government insured institution.
IF you are going to use a bank, take identity theft prevention seriously and don’t leave your money out in the open. Consider titling personal money in the name of a trust without referencing your true name. Investments can be held in a separate entity, too. And, those entities that are used should not include your name on the statments-just the entity name, in case your statments or other account information are stolen by an id thief. Without your name assoiciated with a trust account for example, Mr. identity thief won’t have a clue who is behind the account. In fact, that’s the way it should be. Only the bank needs to know who has signing power on a bank account.
Anonymous banking is best accomplished with non-traditional bank accounts. Check cashing stores sell debit cards with online bank accounts tied to the card, complete with a routing number and a bank account number. No checks come with the account, but who wants to write personal checks anyway? And the best part about these accounts is the ease of opening an account. It is common for individuals and business managers to open these accounts without providing a Social Security number or an Employer Identification number. Just try doing that down at the bank. My new book, Bank Secrecy: Financial Privacy Crisis Plan and Resource Plan lists resources for opening these accounts. Look for the e-book soon to be for sale at www.PrivacyCrisis.com
September 19, 2010
Ever wonder why identity thieves are able to grab a victim’s money when they commit identity theft crimes, the leading fraud crime in the country? That’s because living as the masses make it extremely easy for these white collar criminals to ply their trade. This article will help you prevent identity theft. And, a huge part of preventing identity theft is done through the implementation of certain identity theft prevention tactics that provide financial privacy safeguards designed to keep identity thieves away from your assets and out of your pockets.
Providing your true name and Social Security number is a horrible idea when the criminals have access to this data. And often, they do. Read my blog articles at www.PrivacyCrisis.com/blog under the identity protection and financial privacy categories to learn about the crimes that are often committed by insiders who may get a job at a particular company or agency in order to have access to the data banks that house the most personal and confidential data of Mr. and Ms. Public. Keep the criminals out of your affairs by living privately. Never give your Social Security number to anyone unless it is required by law to do so. Or unless the service or company that requires it is so valuable that you believe it is worth the risk to provide your most personal information identifier in order to get the service.
Bank secrecy and financial privacy is a process that enables one to keep all they own anonymous. We recommend anonymous safe deposit boxes, entitities to hold real and liquid property, and a private lifestyle that empowers the privacy seeker to travel, bank, work and live anonymously-in the U.S.A. or anywhere in the worldd. It is practical-when one devotes themselves to the study and implements the applications of the practice of privacy according to their needs. And it is all legal. Never, ever break laws for the sake of privacy.
Privacy Crisis; Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living is available for purchase and immediate download.
Look for Bank Secrecy; Financial Privacy Crisis Plan and Resource Guide soon at www.PrivacyCrisis.com
September 15, 2010
Preventing identity theft is doable and your financial privacy is a foundational block necessary to avoid id theft. Avoid business identity theft, medical identity theft, and credit card identity theft through a bank secrecy and financial privacy crisis plan that not even the most sophisticated of identity thieves can infiltrate.
Keep insurance policies-life, health, and especially medical plans personal and confidential. Avoid getting your sensitive mail at home and use the services of a nominee as explained in Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living.
Bank anonymously and use bank secrecy to make certain identity thieves have no links to your money. Do not hold personal money in your name. Instead, use a trust checking account or check cashing stores to clear your personal checks.
Homes for personal use can be purchased with borrowed money, but serious privacy advocates do not use a traditional home mortgage. In fact, a home mortgage is the most privacy-invasive debt you can hold IF you value your privacy. Structure debt to mask your source of funds for home purchases to keep your home location a secret as you borrow for the purchase.
Make certain to follow the contracts you have with your lenders. Never break laws for the sake of personal or business privacy.
Liquid investments can be held by a Nevada Limited partnership.
Bank accounts can be opened without Social Security numbers. I have listed these resources in my upcoming book, Bank Secrecy: Financial Privacy Crisis Plan and Resource Guide. This is a companion tool to my first work, Privacy Crisis and is written to empower businesses and individuals to bank anonymously worldwide. Look for the book to be for sale as an e-book soon.
June 26, 2010
The public has never been more wrong than to attempt to protect identity by climbing on the band wagon known as identity theft insurance in the opinion of this author. Consumer privacy tactics will help the astute individual avoid identity theft through privacy living.
Is identity theft insurance an oxymoron?
Can identity protection be achieved by buying identity insurance?
What about Bubba having access to that great big ole database?
The power of marketing is a tremendous force laid upon those unwilling to critically think about the content of the suggestions. Throw in a celebrity-type or better yet, “a lazy man’s way to …….” and you have a start at catching the public in a trap that no sane individual would stick their big toe into in my experienced opinion.
I think identity theft insurance is a sham. I see it as a marketing ploy with promises that cannot be kept by the clerks and pseudo managers who try to sell it. They try to hook you in through fear tactics derived from what I believe to be skewed statistics and mass media attention, and this is based on my experienced opinion, too.
Who has access to the database that houses your most personal and confidential information?
Consumer privacy is the elevator to preventing identity theft
Keep your name, address, telephone numbers, e-mails, automobiles, employer, finances private and out of the databases that store the information of Joe Sixpack and you’ll be on your way to high-level privacy.
Now, how in the world do you do all of that?
Is it about time you exercised your right to privacy?
Start with the basics, of course.
Learn what you’re doing before jumping into the anonymous living arena.
For those who want to learn how the privacy experts do it, subscribe to a Free privacy course or three.
Grant Hall is the author of Privacy Crisis; Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living, an e-book that is available for purchase and immediate download.