Protecting Privacy and how to Stop Stalking

How can you protect your privacy when you are stalked by a dangerous exhusband or become the victim of another engaged in harassment stalking? What elements of privacy living are most important for the stalking victim who needs to protect identity and be free from stalking harassment? This article will outline a number of key principles to stop stalking, and readers should use the books to the right this article to position themselves to be free from stalkers.

Financial privacy in general and banking privacy in particular are necessary privacy principles for those who become stalking victims. Keep assets and money separate from your personal identity. Use the entities, resources as explained  in the books.

Home privacy is the most important part of a privacy program. Utilize the invisible mortgage principle as explained in Privacy Crisis Banking when money is borrowed to purchase your home.

Create a new identity for all non-official purposes to protect identity. This concept is not as difficult as you might imagine. Follow the fictitious character Alex Corbin in the book, Privacy Crisis. He was able to evade all who followed him through the use of a new identity for privacy purposes. Make sure to follow the laws in your jurisdiction while using your pen name or stage name.

You can protect privacy and escape a dangerous stalker when you are dedicated and have the correct information and resources. Make certain to use your true  name for all official purposes. Living under the radar is essential. Use entities for your banking secrecy and financial privacy plan as explained in the books.

Stopping a stalker through the use of home privacy, banking privacy, and the full use of all available resources will allow the stalking victim to escape a stalker.

Grant Hall