Have you noticed lately that no matter how hard you work, it is impossible to get ahead? I have. Have you ever wished that you could just trade in this life for a new one and a brand new start? I did.
It sounds too good to be true, but really, it is not. What started off as a move made out of desperation that turned out to be the best move of my life! Before I go into more detail on how I did it, how I broke free from the chains of debt to live a happy life as somebody new, I first must tell you about who I used to be. Continue reading Reinventing Myself Out Of Debt
Most people change their identity because they want to run away from somebody they are afraid of. That could be finical institutions, gangs or even stalkers.
When you change your identity, you must have prior information about place; job, location and name that you are going to adopt and be sure that you don’t let yourself in any other type of criminal record because doing any thing illegal or wrong with new identity leads you in the ocean of troubles.
If possible always provide law enforcement and government officials with your true name and real identification documents. As you already have criminal background so it is not knowledgeable to confuse police or government officials. Always use formal dress and maintain sincere look so that no one even thinks that you have criminal background from gang life.
Here are some of points that fulfill you wish of escaping from gang life with new identity and helps you live a happy and peaceful life.
- Have a job: Try to have decent job as soon as possible once you got your new identity. It not only provides you better living but also hides your background slowly. Continue reading How To Get A New Identity?
Benedicto contacted us here on identitychange.org and asked, if we would be interested in posting his story. We always love to publish real stories from real people who try to leave their old life behind and start over.
On 7 January 2013 02:38, [email protected]
I am Benedicto I came to the USA 5 years ago. When I left Mexico I wanted to escape poverty and find good life.
When I was a young boy and people were speaking about the Estados Unidos de América, it was like people were speaking about paradise. Continue reading Gang member wants to change his identity
Occasionally a lingering thought comes up in my head if I am going to be an abusive relationship again, whenever something sparks that memory.
No I am not one of those man-hating feminist, in fact I still have many male friends that I sometimes share an intimate moment or too. Many of them try their best to treat me with respect and with tender loving care. I probably love men more today, than I have in my younger years of high school and college. Well getting back to my story as to why I occasionally have some fears and anxiety is due to some abusive relationships with men that seem to take joy in being sadistic. I too enjoy a little pain every now and than, if you know what I mean but not to the extent of where I am being held against my will.
It all started one faithful afternoon, when me and my husband were outside. Well I suppose, I should start with what happened earlier that Friday we were out shopping at Tiffany’s and I was picking out some new jewelry. Continue reading Abused
One day I was with my boys, my gang, when that punk came up to us to make the deal. His name was Jerome he was 22 and I wish I never had met the kid.
He was a thug as was I when the deal went bad. My partner in the gang ended up shooting and killing the kid. It was not as if that was unusual but, this time I was asked to get rid of the body. I was the one left with blood on my hands. I have a feeling the gang was ready to get rid of me too.
That is when I changed my identity and I became Jerome Martin. Sitting there dead, he looked somewhat lonely as if he were alone in life. I disposed of his body and kept his wallet. Continue reading Gang Life
Somewhere underneath the rage and hate, Steve must be a good man. At least I would like to think so. I find it so hard to think that a man could transform to something so hideous.
I still remember when we first met in the Mexican restaurant down town. This was after a blind date 3 months back. Steve struck me as someone with wit and a terrific sense of humor. And those traits do it for me more than physical features. I have never been a sucker for muscles or abs resembling sculpted stone. I have always been drawn to the human mind, like a moth to a flame and funny people. I believed that was where I would find my happiness. That was my own version of love. Continue reading After 2 Black Eyes, I Woke Up and Smelt the Coffee
We had to change the name of this guy, as revealing his identity on this blog could get him into serious trouble.
We met Timothy L. Lacey, 25 years old, born and raced in Detroit at local Starbucks.
Hi Timothy great to see you. How are you doing?
I am ok.
What happened that made you decide to sell drugs? Continue reading Interview with a drug seller
If you ever thought that the internet is a place where you can exchange information anonymously, think again.
Everything you do is recorded by government agencies as well private companies. If for some reason they want to track you down, they can.
In the past people liked to use proxy servers, however, they are not 100% safe as it is possible to see through a proxy connection. The only safe way to access the internet is through VPN (virtual private network) connections.
A VPN network is used by small and larger organizations to encrypt their communication and data. I use an encrypted internet connection every time I access the internet. I believe that we all have the right to some kind of privacy, without big brother watching us. Continue reading How To Surf Anonymously
You might have heard about people before who vanished – maybe you’ve seen a news report about a woman who had her identity stolen, or watched a TV special about someone who faked a death or even their entire identity in order to escape debts, their past, or a troubled relationship.
Each year, a countless number of people attempt to alter their identity… legally or illegally. Not surprisingly, the history of altering one’s id can be traced back hundreds of years. To “disappear” was especially common before the digital age, when it was harder to trace people across state lines or country lines. It was not unheard of for someone to simply leave their “old” life and begin a new one across the country, never to be heard from again.
Today, id change is increasingly linked to our frequent use of digital technology. It’s become much harder for people to get their new identity the illegal way – simply put, this means without going through the legal government process required to really change your own identity. Continue reading How To Vanish?
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