How to be Invisible on Paper for Safety and Privacy

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

 

Do bankers understand money?

Inflation. CPI. Nonsensical terms to be sure. But ask any managerial level banker and they probably subscribe to those terms-meaningless, oxymoron-like, bordering on the absurd and in the vocabularies of all who make your mortgage and loan decisions.

Devaluation not inflation is the correct way to describe the erosion of purchasing power. However, in order to understand this correction in verbiage, it is necessary to first learn the basics, the fundamentals of any monetary system or medium of exchange without biases. An article which may be useful to understand the loss of purchasing power is located at:

http://www.privacycrisis.com/article_financial_privacy.htmlt:

Imagine people in a land with diverse products and services to sell. Mabel has a pie baking business and her husband Cleve has hogs and milk in excess supply. Art is a skilled mechanic and his brother Billy builds houses while their sister Ruth and her husband practice medicine and provide nursing services. Sue, their neighbor teaches school. Bret writes computer programs and provides search optimization services. May makes winter coats. Gabriel cuts hair. Charlie has used cars for sale. And three hundred other community members possess skills and services and have products for sale.

There is no accepted method of exchange in this fictional community.

Grant Hall wrote Privacy Crisis Banking and this book explains money and banking as well as business and investment privacy. The book is available as an e-book for immediate download at:

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

It becomes cumbersome for Cleve to hall hogs and milk to May’s store to trade like values for like values. Charlie wants Mabel’s pies for desert, but doesn’t want eleven hundred of them at once-the number that is valued to equal one of his used automobiles. And others face the same dilemma. How to “buy” goods and services? What to do?

A community meeting is held to establish a suitable and convenient means of exchange, a monetary system that can serve the consumers and survive without being devalued over time. This community is aware of what happened to previous currencies-those money systems that began at 100 and were devalued to 2 or 3 due to the instant gratification needs of the cons who initiated them in the first place without consent of those who eventually lost everything because of the Ponzi scheme. This responsible community is determined to establish a money system that works-without devaluation or “inflation,” that scam word that money creators conned everyone into believing was a normal phenomenon when in fact it is nonsense, a lie used to control and make a population poor within a hundred years or less, or much less depending on how much abuse is exercised by the controllers.

Property is held by the community in the form of farmland  and producing oil wells. The city hall and the surrounding buildings are also owned by “the state.” In addition, money is owned by the community which has been collected for revenues on these properties.  And there is an income stream from other diversified properties.

First, the value of all properties is determined as well as the bottom line figures  for all businesses. The final value is established based on the current value of spot Gold. Next, this figure is converted to the value of Gold in troy ounces. It is determined that this state owns property and current profits from their business that is the equivalent to 99,000 ounces of Gold at today’s price. With this value in mind, this community establishes a money system and a bank. The properties and business revenues remain owned by the community while the bank has the power to distribute receipts in paper or digital form up to the value of all their assets. Receipt issuing power is only increased when new business profits are generated and only up to that value per the value of the new profits. And this becomes the money policy of the people who own the money.

Stockholders or community members are entitled to their share of ownership of the property and may receive this ownership in the form of the receipts. Or their account is credited to equal their share and this account may be drawn from to buy goods and services.

A means of exchange has been established and commerce begins without the inconvenience associated with bartering hogs for coats and the like.

Devaluation of the community bank will only occur when the collateral behind the money receipts fluctuate in value such as a decrease in the price of oil and land and buildings and other property held by the community.

Market values only contribute to any debasement of the newly established currency.

J. Baily

Keep Your Privacy While Getting Medical Treatment

Can a privacy conscious person keep her privacy in the face of a serious disability? Will a long term illness or treatment for an injury compromise a person’s privacy lifestyle? These are questions many will face at some point in their lifetimes. This piece will address potential privacy compromising issues one will face during a period of illness.
Calling a physician’s office may be the first privacy medical hurdle one has to clear as medical office personnel often attempt to obtain your health insurance information prior to making an appointment. You will be asked for your insurance company name, your policy and certificate number, and the doctor’s assistant will verify your coverage and co payment amount as you’re on the telephone. Your name, address and telephone number will be required information. Often your e-mail address will be requested but not required. Social Security Numbers will sometimes be requested and it is possible to keep this important identifier mum-and it is recommended you do so. Grant’s books are clear about how important it is to keep your Social Security Number confidential as you prevent identity thieves and other criminals out of your life while living a privacy lifestyle. In fact, preventing medical identity theft should be a primary concern as you get treatment as medical identity theft is one of the fastest growing white collar crimes in the country.
Once you have met the basic requirements for a medium level privacy lifestyle and have this identity theft prevention plan system in place, you will be prepared to avoid unwanted privacy invasions when an emergency medical condition warrants medical treatment. Your mailing address will not lead anyone to your doorstep, the telephone number provided for medical treatment cannot be traced to you or your family, and you can meet the requirements of your medical providers while keeping yourself safe during this period of time. If you need guidance on how to get started, we have resources that will help.
Free personal privacy courses are available for those who wish to receive these by e-mail. Courses are written by Grant Hall, author of Privacy Crisis and Privacy Crisis Banking.

Guest post by Beth Oslowski

You can have bank secrecy and regain financial privacy

Wondering how to keep your liquid assets under the radar in a world where governments, corporations, and nearly everyone whom you do business with thinks they have a right to your personal and confidential money matters? How can banking secrecy be achieved? Is financial privacy a thing of the past? Perhaps it is time to give up, let the fascists, snoops, and identity thieves win, and accept what an estimated nine out of ten people already believe: letting certain businesses and government agencies have the capability of tracking and tracing one’s money is unavoidable. What a crock! Do not believe it. You can have as much financial privacy as you desire when you learn what you’re doing.

Primary financial privacy and banking secreecy considerations:

If you want to avoid the pitfalls of the masses, you’ll have to stop behaving as they do.

Here are some ideas that will ensure you won’t have your cash grabbed when someone or a company says you owe them money:

1. Avoid checks as a payment method for routine bills. Instead, withdraw the cash, purchase money orders and pay your bills anonymously. This is an automatic safeguard for seasoned privacy advocates.

2. Use a trust to hold a non interest bearing checking account for non investment funds. Use the trust’s EIN, not your SSN on the account as explained in Privacy Crisis. You as trustee can deposit checks made payable to the trust or to you individually.

3. Cash is the most private way to make purchases. Buy gas, groceries, supplies with currency.  Large purchases can also be made with cash.

As for the ultimate in banking secrecy, the Ultimate Bank Secrecy Account provides an opportunity to avoid the most costly of privacy invasions: identity theft, garnishments, liens, and bank fraud. Look for more on this advanced privacy principle later.

 

what are the keys to personal privacy living?

Establish a personal privacy program in the U.S.A. or anywhere in the world today. Here are some important components to personal privacy living:

BANK SECRECY

You can bank secretly and make money and assets invisible. Front entities registered privately provide for anonymous banking. U.S. banks and brokerage companies are best for those living in the U.S.A.

Use a U.S. safe deposit box and leave no trace to your true identity. This is accomplished by using an entity to hold the box through a U.S. bank. A second option is to use a private company that does not require identity information.  

PHONE AND COMPUTER PRIVACY

Through the use of anonymous phones and privately registered ISP accounts, you can become anonymous as you communicate and surf the internet. Do not follow the masses and allow yourself to be tracked and traced. Avoid contracts, credit card payments, and checks when you buy these important services.

WORK ANONYMOUSLY

Privacy advocates who want work privacy can prevent or stop wage garnishments and beat government tracking databases. Whose business is your job anyhow? Does any agency or individual really have a right to know your source of funds? No. Not in a free society.

This author encourages all readers to pay their debts and family obligations and to follow all laws in their jurisdiction.

HOW TO BE “INVISIBLE”

Through the use of privacy living principles, you can become “invisible.”

You can lock out snoops from your credit files, avoid stalkers, identity thieves, and all other unwanted intrusions-from everyone.

“PERMANENT” DRIVER’S LICENSE

Is it possible to obtain a “permanent” driver’s license? Certain privacy seekers have claimed to avoid returning to the DMV for many years when they get a driver’s license from one state that offers this privacy principle.

SUMMARY

Bank secrecy techniques are explained in chapters 15, 17, 18.

Phone and computer privacy information may be found in chapters 13 and 14.

Work privacy solutions are found in chapter 22.

Learn how to be invisible by reading chapters 6-8 and 19.

A “permanent” driver’s license may be able to be obtained by information gleaned from chapter 4.

Free privacy information courses may be of interest to you.

You may purchase my e-book, Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living and begin reading how to travel, bank, work, and live anonymously. You can be reading the book in just five minutes from now.

Thank you for reading.

Grant Hall

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

Are banks or check cashing stores best for financial privacy and banking secrecy?

Think you have to be kowtow to banks, credit bureaus, and mortgage companies? Are you sincerely tired of the queer looks bank clerks/acting managers give you when you ask questions and explain your needs for financial privacy? What about banking privacy? Who among the part-time financial institution, work force has a right to peek at your most personal and confidential data for the privilege of storing your cash or borrowing fiat money?

Perhaps you are aware of the deep and clear tracks to your front porch that are created when you bank and borrow as do the masses. Once you borrow from banks or mortgage companies, they want your financial finger prints on file for eternity. Not only that, they make certain, you’re kept under the watchful eye of their partners, the credit bureaus, who will watch your payment history and record all sorts of “related financial information” in your credit bureau files so that whomever is peeking this month gets to know your business, too.

While the masses stumble around in confusion and mortgage  themselves to the gills, the “smart money”-the astute man or gal who reads between the lines and listens above the dial tone, plans for their financial privacy and prepares to keep their business and personal money their business. Here’s how they do it:

Mr. Businessman or Lady bought the big read book to the right of this column. And they’re aware of important research findings that the author has uncovered after many, many phone calls and thousands of miles of travel. And, he/she is aware that certain financial institutions provide business and personal customers with the ability to bank secretly in the U.S.A. and Worldwide. Indeed, check cashing stores, not banks are the new institutions that privacy advocates use, along with anonymous safe deposit boxes.  Also, they sell the re-loadable debit cards that double as an online bank account, and customers open these bank accounts every single day without privacy-invasive information required of the commercial banks, such as Social Security numbers and Employer Identification numbers.

What about that home mortgage? Want to learn how to hide it? Keep posted and check back here often. Soon, the big red book’s, companion, the bank secrecy book,  Bank Secrecy: Financial Privacy Crisis Plan and Resource Guide will join the Privacy Crisis parade and be offered for sale-alongside the big red book. And in this second book, you’ll learn how to create an Invisible home mortgage and how to create your bank secrecy program in the U.S.A. or anywhere in the world.

I guarantee it.

Grant Hall

are you a woman abused by harassment stalking?

Now that you’ve “broken up,” he won’t stop stalking. He keeps calling, shows up unexpectedly at your job, and you have no workplace privacy. He manages to discover where you shop for groceries, and shows up there, too. You avoid his contact attempts and screen your calls while not returning his in spite of his pleading telephone messages. Once he made threats over the phone. You are a stalking victim and a woman abused by an ex who is now engaged in harassment stalking.

Do you want to learn how to disappear and never be found?

That’s a big order to fill. Can it be done? Of course. Is it a lot of  work, expensive and will you make personal and business sacrifices in order to accomplish all of the above? Yes.

Travel, Bank, Work, Live Anonymously

Stalkers have no boundaries and have been known to stalk their victims for up to forty years according to author, Christine Ohlson. That’s a long time. There’s more bad news; nearly one in ten women will be stalked during their lives and a huge number of this percentage will be abused-physically or mentally by their harassment stalker. Check out these articles:

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

We offer a free information e-mail course on stalking solutions that may be of interest to you. Follow this link:

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

Privacy Crisis is an e-book available for purchase and immediate download. Through the principles and concepts as described in the book, one can learn to travel, bank, work, and live anonymously in the U.S.A. or anywhere in the world.

Grant Hall

Author, Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living

banking privacy and a preview of Grant Hall’s Bank Secrecy

Sue Brady, Independent Marketing consultant caught up with author and privacy expert, Grant Hall at a West Coast seminar. A portion of the interview has been reproduced for readers.

Grant Hall interviewed by Sue Brady, August, 2010.

S.B. Your new e-book, Bank Secrecy: Financial Privacy Crisis Plan and Resource Guide is going to be available for purchase at the website soon. Tell us about the book, Grant.

G.H. Based on customer demand for personal privacy information, money and property confidentiality rank first of all privacy categories. This is based on research compiled through our website at www.PrivacyCrisis.com over a three year period with a sample of  people who subscribe to our free privacy information series of courses and of those who purchased my first book, Privacy Crisis.

The public accepts order takers who represent the military industrial complex machine in the form of clerks at banks who dictate to them  while demanding their most private and personal information for the privilege of storing money at financial institutions. Whose business is it what property a citizen owns? Why would any sane person living in a free country tell his employee what property he owns? And, why would government want to track and trace citizens’ money and property in the first place? It is necessary to understand why before one becomes motivated to keep money and property confidential.

Bank Secrecy was written to provide insight as to why it is necessary to have financial privacy to keep free. Resources and information are provided to empower individuals and businesses with the ability to bank secretly and hold property privately.

S.B. Are you saying that it is still possible to bank anonymously in the U.S.A. and abroad today? How is it possible to do that? We hear news people tell us about the UBS case and others?

G.H. Switzerland was a banking haven which succumbed to pressures from U.S. government agencies’ at the expense of customers of certain banks, and is no longer a good choice for bank secrecy in my opinion.

Many main stream media sources provide inaccurate information and discourage privacy rights in my opinion.

Institutions and entities listed in my new book, Bank Secrecy enable a privacy-seeking individual to bank without a Social Security number and hold investments that cannot legally be seized for his personal debt. U.S. institutions and offshore companies are listed as resources for these purposes.

I have bought a home with techniques I coined as an invisible home mortgage. That is, I borrowed the money and paid for the home without anyone or any credit bureau knowing the source of my funds. Also, through the principles outlined in the book, one’s home can remain private when money is borrowed according to the “invisible home mortgage principle.”

I believe those who are interested in avoiding a seizure such as those cited and documented by footnotes in the book, should learn banking privacy to prevent asset and bank account seizures.

S.B. According to your book, Bank Secrecy, one man’s finances were raided in England by mistake when he was believed to be a deadbeat dad. Dental and medical patients’ money were stolen by i.d. thieves. A corporation’s assets were stolen by the government in 2007 and the case has not gone to trial as of August, 2010. These cases are documented in the book with references. Grant, it appears money and financial privacy are necessary as an insurance policy to avoid the possibility of going broke through a seizure or a theft. Could these thefts and seizures by government and other criminals have been avoided through the practices outlined in the book?

The interview conclusion will be posted later.