How did things get this bad that I want to to get a new identity? What did I do wrong? It was around 10 years ago when I started to get into serious debt.
Even now, after all this time, 50% of my salary is going towards paying off my rapidly increasing debts. Honestly, I’m not sure how much longer I can keep this off. I can barely afford any essentials. It’s a scary thing, being in debt. I sense that any day now the debt collectors are going to be forcing their way into my home, and literally taking away my livelihood. I’ve received countless “final reminder” threats from an extensive number of banks. I probably could’ve kept up with these payments if it wasn’t for this excruciatingly high interest rate. I wish they would just leave me alone. It’s strange to think once I used to be happy. Before this whole thing began.
I can’t remember the last time I smiled or was genuinely happy. Is this my fault? I think it is. Greed has overcome me and left me in this irreparable mess.
I’ve been looking for a solution to this for what seems an eternity. Continue reading Modern Slavery
There are many reasons why an individual would choose to go through the process of an identity change.
One would be because they are trying to get away from harmful people such as an abusive spouse or ex, the mob or a gang that they were once involved with, or if they have recently become a victim of identity theft and need to rebuild their credit as well as their life in general, you may also want to change your name if you share a name with someone charged with a famous crime. Any of these situations can be stressful or life threatening and they will cause you to resort to becoming a brand new person. But is it actually possible to become someone entirely different?
While there will always be ways of connecting your old identity Continue reading Myth of Identity Change
So I’ve come to the point in my life where my bank account is displaying numbers with minus signs in front of them, all my credit cards are blank and the interest is running, the mortgage hasn’t been paid for months and I can feel the loan officers breathing in my neck.
Sure it’s partly, ok mostly, my own fault, but everyone makes mistakes, right? I’ve tried and tried to find a solution by using honest methods, but nothing really seems to be enough, the debt that I have to deal with is just way too much to handle.
Recently there is one more solution revolving in my head but the thing is that in some cases it can’t be considered to be entirely legal. I know a lot of people have given it a try and got away with it. They are now living the life of their dreams without any debts haunting them or any crazy people following them. Continue reading Debt Destroyed My Life