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Privacy Crisis Banking: Bank Secrecy Plan and Resource Guide to Protect Identity, Money, and Property

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Can you really have financial privacy and banking secrecy today? Who can achieve financial privacy amidst the greatest privacy invasion period in the history of the world? Those who insist on business and personal identity protection and use financial institutions, privacy principles, and resources that empower freedom lovers and business managers with the ability to protect identity, money, and property.

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Overview

Can you really have financial privacy and banking secrecy today? Who can achieve financial privacy amidst the greatest privacy invasion period in the history of the world? Those who insist on business and personal identity protection and use financial institutions, privacy principles, and resources that empower freedom lovers and business managers with the ability to protect identity, money, and property.

As identity thieves case businesses, homes, bank and brokerage accounts, and attempt to target high net worth individuals and average citizens looking for the big score, Privacy Crisis Banking provides privacy conscious business people and individuals with the information to make money and assets "invisible."

It is possible to bank, cash checks, and open a safe deposit box without a Social Security Number, Employer Identification Number or a name. Prevent garnishments, property seizures, and bank identity theft. Borrow money privately for a home and create an "invisible home mortgage." Use the right financial institutions for business and personal banking privacy-company names, addresses, phone numbers, and websites are included. The Ultimate Bank Secrecy Account is author Grant Hall's high-level banking privacy principle. It is a secret bank account that will not be discovered by the most sophisticated bank identity thieves or through asset searches.

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Book News Inc.
In this sequel to Privacy Crisis (2006), Hall advises on how keep one's identity, money, and property safe from the government, lawyers, and identity thieves. Following diatribes against the Federal Reserve System and state-sponsored seizures to balance budgets, he offers advice on how, and recommendations on where, to make financial transactions to maximize privacy and asset protection.
Jack Dunning
Beat the Bankers at their own game with the Ultimate Bank Secrecy Account.
nastyjackbuzz.blogspot.com
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780978657338
  • Publisher: James Clark King LLC
  • Publication date: 11/15/2011
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 174
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Grant Hall, author of two books and many business and privacy articles, has been successfully practicing financial privacy and banking secrecy since 1980 and is the leading authority on how to keep money and property safe from thefts and seizures. His banking and privacy principles are utilized as he manages two businesses, and have been used by privacy advocates throughout the world.

A practitioner of the privacy lifestyle, Grant Hall once "disappeared" for four years during his own "Privacy Crisis" and used principles, concepts, and resources explained in his books to travel, bank, work, and live anonymously.

He has been quoted by ABC News and been the featured guest on talk shows concerning privacy matters.

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  • Posted December 11, 2011

    Learn to hide your money and keep your home private

    This book is a valuable read as my goal was to learn to hide my assets and disappear following a personal disaster.
    It met my needs as my daughter and I had wandered around for a long while trying to escape a stalker. She and her investigator had my bank account numbers, credit card information, and communication system information.
    With the assistance of the book, we started anew. We now have a whole new sense of freedom.
    I have been able to keep my finances a secret. I use two of the institutions in the book to clear checks. I plan to use one of the bank secrecy methods for my business account. We are at last ready to buy a house and I plan to borrow money from the company I work for and keep the source of the loan a secret as described in the book so that in the event the stalker looks at my credit report, there will be no record of where we live.
    This is a book that helps keep money a secret. I recommend it.

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  • Posted November 10, 2011

    A Necessary Reference Tool for Privacy

    Privacy Crisis Banking by Grant Hall is important for all of us who face privacy challenges as we attempt to keep our money and finances our business. The book woke me up to the possibilities and provided direction through the resources provided. I found it to be well researched and necessary as a reference tool for making business and personal assets anonymous. The book helps with all the hard questions concerning how to accomplish banking secrecy and keep business affairs private. I believe it is a fine book for all who value privacy.

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  • Posted October 7, 2011

    An excellent financial privacy and banking secrecy resource guide

    Now that bank secrecy havens' banks have caved in under pressure applied to them by the U.S. government, Grant Hall's Privacy Crisis Banking: Bank Secrecy Plan & Resource Guide to Protect Identity, Money, and Property is a necessity for those who desire freedom and banking privacy.
    Some privacy advocates will be surprised to learn that the best financial institutions to provide the highest level of privacy are of the non-traditional variety-the end result is a bank account alright, but the avenue to obtain the account is given through the back door, as certain retail stores (company names, phone numbers, addresses, websites are in the book) sell their customers bank debit cards tied to banks that enable the customer to have a very private online bank account that is better for privacy purposes than a traditional bank account-foreign or domestic.
    Home mortgages are the most privacy invasive of all loans. However, the author provides a pathway to home ownership secrecy through the use of loans backed by collateral. And his own home was apparently purchased using this "invisible mortgage" that has a full chapter dedicated to it.
    Protecting assets and businesses from big brother, bank identity thieves and other crooks entails the concealing of ownership and management of property and money. Hall goes to great lengths to explain the details on private company registration, while referencing his first book, Privacy Crisis.
    All of this may seem like a great deal expense and trouble until one reads the first chapter and follows the footnotes throughout portions of the book. Then the message becomes clear; conceal money and property or risk losing it through confiscation, identity theft, lawsuits, or other unforeseen circumstances.
    The book is loaded with resources. One can cash checks while providing minimal personal information compared to commercial banks' requirements. There's anonymous safe deposit boxes that can be opened in both the U.S.A. and Europe. An online bank account can provide a high level of banking secrecy when it is opened correctly-and there are several options, fully explained and illustrated with charts.
    I highly recommend the book, Privacy Crisis Banking to business people and individuals alike who desire privacy in their financial affairs.

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