privacy crisis protection articles

Protecting privacy is crucial today as privacy invasions abound. This article will provide access to privacy crisis resources. Articles, posts, our best-selling privacy book and other resources may be found through the use of this privacy protection article.

Travel Privacy during the Privacy Crisis.

Remaining anonymous as you drive prevents identity theft and empowers the driver to retain his/her travel privacy.

Preventing Identity Theft without Identity Theft Insurance

How can you protect identity without the privacy-invasive underwriting application and data privacy invasion that comes with traditional identity theft insurance? Identity theft “self insurance” through the use of high level privacy living tactics as explained in our best-selling e-book, Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living has worked for many privacy advocats. And once a privay living plan is in place, the money required for identity theft insurance premiums is saved. The concept of identity theft insurance is a controversial subject and certain identity theft insurance companies have been charged with fraudulant practices. Do you really want to give your Social Security number and home address to identity theft insurance company representatives?

How can you protect identity? You can protect yourself from identity theft when you understand how to implement personal privacy principles and methods into your lifestyle.

What about medical identity theft? It is the fastest growing segment of the identity theft crime industry. You can protect yourself from the horrible crime of medical identity theft when you are careful to protect identity during your medical treatment with medical providers.

Free e-mail information courses on all aspects of privacy living are available to readers.

Grant Hall

Can you avoid a consumer privacy invasion by saying no to Ms. Clerk?

Clerks in big bureaucrats’ offices and their corporate partners’ offices want all of your personal information prior to providing basic goods and services in some cases. Is the American consumer brain washed or brain dead or both and unaware of the dangers of privacy invasions that occur when personal and confidential data is misused or stolen? Is it any wonder that a stolen identity occurs once every few seconds? Do you know that medical identity theft and business identity theft fraud continue to skyrocket out of control as the public kowtows to the demands of those who want to grab  their data and store it  in their computer databases for eternity?

For your information, the average business identity theft costs $10,000 and the typical medical identity theft case will cost the consumer a whopping $20,000.

Consumer privacy can be accomplished when assertive communication practices are followed.

Are small towns privacy havens or big bureaucrat traps?

Parts of the Midwest are sparsely populated with small towns. One would think that these folks would be of the freedom living variety. It appears the mindset may be present in some, but the knowledge base is lacking.

While on a family vacation, my wife and I made our way to the local post office to replenish supplies and mail letters. Since I had a couple of the certified variety to mail, I filled out the proper forms and could not help but over hear the conversation between Ms. Postal Clerk and a customer who inquired about renting a post office box.

Was Ms. Clerk interested in telling Mr. New Customer about the features, benefits and advantages of a p.o. box? Did she mention how wonderful their postal service is in “Small Town USA”? Hardly. Instead, she demanded a local drivers license, a utility bill, and asked privacy invasive questions about all who would be living in the gentleman’s house. Further, she demanded their i.d.’s for her verification prior to the renting of a post office box.

Mr. New Customer seemed caught off guard and perhaps a little shocked. After all he was in a town of only a thousand or two. However, he seemed willing to comply and promised to provide all that was requested of the clerk as I completed my business and walked out the door.

Personal privacy is often compromised by providing personal and confidential data to businesses and government agencies.

The receipt of personal and business mail through mail nominees has been used successfully by privacy advocates as described in Privacy Crisis.

Free privacy living information courses are available by e-mail.

Grant Hall wrote a personal privacy e-book, Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living that is available for purchase and download.


help for stalking victims stalking ex husband

Questions and answers concerning how to stop stalking are reproduced with permission of the stalking victims for the benefit of readers. The stalking victim questions contained herein are real and the names were changed for privacy protection purposes.

Money and banking privacy

Janice: I am settled in a new location and am in the process of creating a new identity for privacy living. Is my checking account in danger? It is under my name. What about my safe deposit box contents that I took with me when I escaped my stalker ex husband?

Grant Hall: Review these Privacy Crisis; Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living sections: Banking Secrecy-Chapters 15, 17, 18. You need an anonymous safe deposit box as explained in the book.

Helen: What are the chances my ex will find me through the credit bureaus?

Grant Hall: See chapters -6,7,8 of Privacy Crisis. Your credit bureau files must not lead to your home, work, or any phone numbers in order for you to prevent a dangerous privacy invasion or more harm from your stalking ex.

Carol: Will there be a good chance he will locate me through my work when I move 2,000 miles away? I work as a legal secretary?

Grant Hall: It will take some time for you to implement the workplace privacy principles as outlined in chapter 22, but you can and must work under the radar in order to prevent additional harm to you, and your case demonstrates the inability of law enforcement to always be effective in stalker victim cases-even though you advised me the court order is in place.

Grant Hall is the author of Privacy Crisis, an e-book that provides proven privacy living principles that provide information on how to travel, bank, work, and live anonymously. The book is available for purchase and download here.

Hall has spent considerable time writing articles on privacy and finance articles that are available at these sites and blogs and others:

www.PrivacyCrisis.com

www.PrivacyCrisis.com/blog

Home privacy for the stalking victim

This article will provide  stalking victims with a certain method of preventing a home privacy invasion by a stalker.

Home privacy for the stalking victim

Are you a battered wife or a battered woman? Have you been abused by an ex-husband who has become a dangerous stalker?

If you want to break the paper trail and defeat that troublesome, persistent, ex-husband or ex-boyfriend, you will need to buy your house in the name of another entity.

Use a trust to buy your home. It is the most private of all entities. The trust should have no ties to you. This means another person, perhaps a co-trustee or an administrative trustee will have to do your bidding initially as you buy the home in the county where the property is located. This will be necessary to ensure you as an individual have no links to the property when your stalker searches data bases.

When a trust owned home has no links to the trustee (stalking victim) who manages the trust there is no way to find that person through normal computer data base searches.

Mortgages and borrowing

A traditional mortgage will have your name on it and the lender will report your payments monthly to the major credit bureaus. And since you are being stalked and your ex or other dangerous stalker will probably check these files, having a mortgage is a bad idea if you want to avoid future harassment stalking.

It is possible to borrow funds for a home while eliminating the paper trail to you when you use money from entities under your control or arrange  the source of borrowed funds through private lenders while using front entities’ assets to secure the home.

The key for a stalking victim to remember is that in order to stop stalking, there can be no record of home ownership tied to the stalking victim’s name.

Grant Hall