More and more people choose to escape our surveillance society because we are traced and monitored every step of the way. If we book our hotel online, or if we pay with our credit card for our groceries, Big Brother is watching.
Changing your identity or living below the radar are ways to successfully protect your privacy. Continue reading Changing Your Identutity To Escape The Surveillance Society
If you are a domestic abuse victim or you are appearing in court for a criminal trial, you can assume a new identity in some circumstances with the help of law enforcement agencies.
To know how you can change your identity, continue reading below: Continue reading How To Change Your Identity?
If you can avoid getting in trouble with the law and caught up owing money to the mafia, I highly recommend it. As long as you choose legal ways to change your identity.
However, if you’re like me you need to get lost and fast. The best way to do this is to completely create a new identity, no easy task. Continue reading Creating A New Identity Because Of A Criminal Record?
Identity theft is the fraudulent use of someone else’s personal information to open credit cards or obtain money.
According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, 17.6 million residents in the United States experienced someone stealing their personal information last year. Some criminals take this theft one step further and steal the identity of someone who is deceased. Continue reading Paper Tripping (Ghosting) – Identity Theft
Due to advancement in technology and science, changing identities has become an easier thing for people to escape the hand of the law and commit a series of evil acts without being caught.
There are many reasons that necessitate People to change their identity.
Here are some of the top 5 reasons why people change their identity: Continue reading Five Most Common Identity Change Reasons
There comes a time in life when our own identities become a bone in the throat for ourselves, which makes us think about changing our real identity, sometimes for getting a better living standard from life and sometimes for solace for life.
In either cases, we have a variety of options to choose from. Continue reading How Debt Made My Life A Living Hell
My name is Marcus Johnson, but soon, it may not be so. What goes, you wonder. Well, let me take you back to the very beginning, when I used to work at a small Company, and was pretty well off.
I won’t be mentioning the name of this company, due to certain reasons, but here’s what you need to know: It was an up and coming company that was showing promising growth, and it was slowly expanding into more regions. Continue reading The Debt Trap That Makes Me Want To Change My Identity
When you are burdened with huge debts either by your own making or by an error committed by credit rating agencies, you enter into the world of bad credits.
Your low credit standing comes in your way of recovery and it blocks all your ways of financial return. The only way to escape from this is to flee your current scene, move to a new place, acquire a new identity and start over again. This seems to be the only way to carry on with the remaining days of your life with some peace of mind. Continue reading How to Change Your Identity for Escaping From Huge Debts
My life was blissful! I had the perfect job, the perfect house, in short the perfect life. I was working as a software engineer in one of the top multi-national companies of the world.
Being the eldest at home, I had the full responsibility to support my family financially and I was doing it successfully. I had bought a house for my parents, a new car for myself and all the necessary equipments for a luxurious living. Continue reading How I Lost My Job And Ended Up In Debt
I would say I don’t know how it happened, but that’s me lying to myself and trying to pretend I wasn’t the idiot who got myself into this position in the first place.
There was a time when I promised myself I would never borrow money, never buy anything I couldn’t afford, but then I got married. She, well, I should have known better than to give it to her, as I was the one who was digging myself deeper and deeper into a hole I knew I’d never be able to climb out of. My name was on all of the bills, I was the one who took out all the loans, and, because she had bad credit, she used my name on all of the catalogues she bought from. By the time she was done… it’s easier not to think in terms of figures. I just knew that I was never going to be able to pay it all back and the logical thing to do would have been to declare myself bankrupt. At the time, though, I wasn’t thinking logically. Continue reading How My Wife Ruined My Life