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Privacy Crisis Banking: Bank Secrecy Plan & Resource Guide to Protect Identity, Money, and Property Hardcover – November 15, 2011
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"Beat the Bankers at their own game with the Ultimate Bank Secrecy Account." Jack Dunning, Privacy Expert TusconCitizen.com nastyjackbuzz.blogspot.com --TusconCitizen.com
“Privacy crisis banking; bank secrecy plan and resource guide to protect identity, money, and property. 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. E.g., check-cashing stores are preferred over commercial banks. The book includes case studies and references.” (Annotation Ã‚©2011 Book News Inc. Portland, OR) --Book News, Inc.
Privacy expert Grant Hall has written an astonishing new book, Privacy Crisis Banking: Bank Secrecy Plan and Resource Guide to Protect Identity Money and Property. The book provides many real life examples of exactly how to do things like create an invisible mortgage, or open and manage a completely private bank account for personal or business use. Hall even details how and where to store large amounts of cash or financial instruments in a secret untraceable storage vault opened without the use of your social security number! Try to open a new bank account today anywhere in the United States and you'll find yourself signing documents which incriminate you and violate the Fifth Amendment of the Constitution.
The book also describes how to set up a system where your identity cannot be stolen in the future. Privacy Crisis shows that you can achieve financial privacy amidst the greatest privacy invasion in the history of the world. Recommended! --The Sovereign Newspaper
As more money is poured into banks, more security becomes vital. Privacy Crisis Banking: Bank Secrecy Plan & Resource Guide to Protect Identity, Money, and Property discusses the importance of security and privacy when managing one's personal finances and accounts, how to prevent identity theft, and other concerns keep in mind for when banks go wrong. Privacy Crisis Banking is a choice pick for anyone worried about their personal finances. --Midwest Book Review
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Bank accounts for business or personal use can be established in total secrecy and resources both in the U.S.A. and abroad are provided. Brokerage houses as well can be hidden from prying eyes when the author's principles are used to hold assets. It's possible to operate without using a Social Security Number or other tax identifier according to Grant Hall and companies that cash checks without such identifiers are cited as potential resources. Those who want a private safe deposit box can open one with resources included in the book and these companies are in the U.S.A. and Europe.
The book empowers those seeking home ownership with principles for making a mortgage totally private. However, collateral must be used to buy the property.
Along with the how-to information, an overview of the banking system is provided. When questions arise, there are footnotes that provide resources.
It's a book that takes several evenings to read and will provide information that will last a lifetime. I recommend it be read by all who desire personal and business financial privacy.
If you want to secure your money and property without giving up your Social Security number or other personal information, there is a way. Grant will also show you how to do your banking, cash checks, even open up a safe deposit box while remaining essentially anonymous. And his system puts you in a position where your identity cannot be stolen in the future. There are certain financial institutions that provide this secrecy, which also includes your business, and they can be found in the book.
According to the author, Privacy Crisis Banking "teaches self-reliance and keeps `owners' in control of money, property and businesses." With an economy that still hasn't recovered and a banking system that has historically taken advantage of its customers, plus there have been numerous breaches of security, this gives the free thinking person a way to put their mind at rest over their assets.
Getting inside the book, Grant launches the first chapter with an account of a barter company, Liberty Services that was shut down probably because it emphasized in its offering the devaluation of the dollar and the benefits of barter, when what it offered was a voluntary means of exchange by individuals and businesses. Proof that your resources are not safe, even when there is no cash involved.Read more ›
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This book was very helpful and informative regarding many life experiences and a good source about how to
I bought this as an ebook from the website. It logically moves through the basics, from why you need financial privacy to how to get it. Read morePublished on December 17, 2011 by Omega Wolf
I have both books written by Grant Hall and I've used both to strategize ways for me to temporarily disappear. Read morePublished on December 9, 2011 by Cierra J. Kearns