Considerations for stalking victims who create a new identity

Behavioral aspects of privacy living affect the stalking victim as attempts are made to make the stalker stop stalking. This article will provide insight for those who create a new identity for privacy protection, and to eliminate harassment stalking.

Adjustments have to be made in order to avoid being  stalked forever

Those who create a new identity to break the paper trail from their true name to their new identity face adjustments. Key preparation considerations include:

1. ) Relocation

2.) New personal relationships

3.) Employment changes

4.) Behavioral aspects of privacy living adjustments (general)

Relocation to a new city, state, country

It is a wise decision to place distance between yourself and your dangerous stalker. However, geographical changes alone will not keep a stalker at bay If he or she is serious. And many are serious about their prey. In order to stop stalking, your will need to do more than a “geographical”.

New personal relationships will require you to relate under a new identity

Successful privacy living is complicated, expensive, and time consuming. And it is worth every nickel and every thought and plan necessary to live under the radar, and every hour it takes to do it right. Don’t skimp on your education IF you want to play in the big leagues. There’s a lot to learn. Learning how to handle the new identity (non-official) is imperative if you want to permanently escape a stalker who has been engaged in harassment stalking for a period of time.

Front entities to hide you from the new hire data bases

Few people can be successful working for themselves. Most will have to practice traditional employment in order to make a living wage or salary. That’s okay, but you need to utilize another entity to receive payments on your behalf-just like the movie stars and others. You’ll need to know how to establish workplace privacy and you will need to know how to negotiate your way into this new employment privacy world. It can be done.  I did it and so can you.

General privacy considerations for the stalking victim

Recognize that you will be living a schizophrenic life of sorts, but in a healthy way. It is absolutely necessary to create a new identity for privacy purposes in order to successfully stop stalking in the opinion of this experienced privacy expert and author.

“None of your business lies” will necessarily have to be told in order to successfully avoid harassment stalking, and defeat your stalker.

Make sure to check your jurisdiction concerning laws and the use of a new identity. Follow all laws as you practice privacy living.

Grant Hall


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

Stop stalking, end harassment stalking by creating a new identity

This article will provide stalking victims with a quick-start method to end harassment stalking through creating a new identity. A stalking victim can  stop stalking in order to no longer be subjected to the dangers stalking victims face from their criminal stalkers.

Are you being stalked?

Naturally, every stalking victim would like a quick fix to end their stalking problem. Are you being stalked? Think moving around from apartment to apartment will make him stop stalking? I doubt it. Serious measures are sometimes necessary in order to prevent abuse from a persistent ex-husband, ex-boyfriend, or other tormentor.  Besides, he or she will probably go to great lengths to find you-even to the extent of tapping into your credit bureau files or accessing other data bases that contain the addresses of the masses.

How to create a new identity

How to change your identity? How to create a new identity? Simply begin using a new name in order to escape your troublesome, obsessive, criminal stalker for personal privacy purposes. This technique is legal in most western cultures. Still, to be sure, make certain to check the laws in your given jurisdiction.

Home privacy is the single most important component of privacy living

Unless your home is secure, you won’t have a chance of escaping your stalker. If you are being stalked by a persistent stalker, it is imperative that you recognize the seriousness of the problem. Without home privacy, your privacy living plan will be a flop. Take the time to learn how to do it right. Personal privacy living is best accomplished while using a pen name or alternate name to rent your new place. Home privacy can be accomplished by buying a property in the name of a trust while using a new identity for all non-official purposes.

Privacy Crisis; Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living by Grant Hall contains proven privacy living principles and concepts that enable stalking victims to avoid stalkers or lose a persistent stalker.

Grant Hall

www.PrivacyCrisis.com

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Stalking victims avoid harassment stalking with home privacy

Harassment stalking presents serious problems for the stalking victim who may be physically or mentally abused or killed due to a stalking crime. This article will focus on the importance of home privacy measures as an effective way to stop stalking crimes.

Those who are stalked can greatly reduce their chances of becoming harmed or killed through the use of high level home privacy tactics.

Stalking victims are most likely to be female

Nearly one in ten women will be a stalking victim during their lives. The percentage of men who are stalked is slightly less.

Stalking crime statistics

According to Kristin Ohlson, who wrote, Stalking the Divine; Contemplating Faith With the Poor Clares, most stalking is done by ex-husbands and previous boyfriends who refuse to let go of a relationship.

More than 80 percent of women who are stalked by a current or former lover are assaulted by him, and 31 percent of these same women are sexually assualted. Ms. Ohlson also wrote that 76 percent of the women murdered each year were previously stalked by their killers.

Stalking cases last from eighteen months to forty years according to Ms. Ohlson.

Home privacy can prevent stalking crimes

Why is home privacy such an important part of preventing a stalking crime? Because about one in four violent stalking crimes occurred near or at the victims home according to a Bureau of Justice statistic for 2003.

When a criminal stalker has no way of tracing his victim to their home, the potential for violence to the stalking victim under surveillance by the stalker will be greatly reduced.

Rent or own a home anonymously for home privacy

One can become a roommate while using a pen name and break the paper trail to their previous life, and ensure that no one can track or trace them to their new residence through traditional investigative methods.

Buying a home as a trustee of a trust that becomes the legal owner of the house shields one’s name from property ownership records.

Traditional lending practices must be modified or eliminated to regain home privacy following the stalking victim’s escape.

Home privacy and all aspects of privacy living are topics that should be studied for privacy protection and to avoid a privacy invasion.

Thanks for reading.

Grant Hall

Stalking Victims and Stalking Crime Statistics

Stalking behavior can turn into a serious stalking crime. Stalking victims should be aware that cyber stalking, phone stalking, and all forms of harassment stalking may result in harm or even death.

Stalking crime statistics reveal that those being stalked are at risk of suffering harm from a stalker.

The statistical information below is a direct quotation from a survey posted on the American Bar Association’s website. The  link to the site is: http://new.abanet.org/domesticviolence/Pages/Statistics.aspx

“Stalking According to the Stalking Resource Center:

  • 1,006,970 women and 370,990 men are stalked annually in the United States.
  • 1 in 12 women and 1 in 45 men will be stalked in their lifetime.
  • 77% of female and 64% of male victims know their stalker.
  • 87% of stalkers are men.
  • 59% of female victims and 30% of male victims are stalked by an intimate partner.
  • 81% of women stalked by a current or former intimate partner are also physically assaulted by that partner.
  • 31% of women stalked by a current or former intimate partner are also sexually assaulted by that partner.
  • The average duration of stalking is 1.8 years.
  • If stalking involves intimate partners, the average duration of stalking increases to 2.2 years.
  • 61% of stalkers made unwanted phone calls; 33% sent or left unwanted letters or items; 29% vandalized property; and 9% killed or threatened to kill a family pet.
  • 28% of female victims and 10% of male victims obtained a protective order. 69% of female victims and 81% of male victims had the protection order violated.”

Stalking Resource Ctr., The Nat’l Ctr. for Victims of Crime, Stalking Fact Sheet, http://www.ncvc.org/src/Main.aspx (citing Patricia Tjaden & Nancy Thoennes, U.S. Dep’t of Justice, NCJ 169592, Stalking in America: Findings from the National Violence Against Women Survey (1998)

Some of the most alarming statistics are summarized below: Based on the information above, phone stalking is significant as 61 percent of stalkers made unwanted phone calls, 29 percent vandalized property, and nine percent killed or threatened to kill. Further, eighty one percent of women who are stalked by a previous domestic partner are also harmed by that partner.

If one is being stalked, it may be necessary to learn how to hide and disappear completely and never be found in order to eliminate the possibility of becoming a stalking crime statistic.

For a free information course on stalking solutions, go to this link:

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

Thanks for reading.

Grant Hall

contact@PrivacyCrisis.com

www.PrivacyCrisis.com

Stop Stalking

Stalking victims can stop stalking when they learn to practice privacy living. Indeed, depending on the level of personal privacy one chooses, it is possible to learn how to  hide and disappear completely and never be found-not from an abusive ex-husband, a workplace privacy stalker, one who engages in phone stalking or any other type of harassment stalking.

Home privacy is of utmost importance to stalking victims or others who want to avoid a stalking crime. Using a new identity and renting under an alternate  name has been effective. Becoming a roommate of one holding a lease or title to a home dwelling is a quick method of living beneath the radar.

Telephones held anonymously will prevent phone stalking. Cell telephones  purchased for cash over the counter without ties to your true name, address or credit bureau files, prevent phone stalking.

Internet stalking, a problematic stalking crime may be remedied while avoiding the use of one’s true name in all e-mail communications, computer registrations, and online purchases.

Harassment stalking can be avoided when high level privacy standards are followed. And being stalked may become a dangerous problem as stalkers are both persistent and frequently harm their stalking victims.

Grant Hall

contact@PrivacyCrisis.com