Parolee Privacy Live Anonymously

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There’s nothing fun or romantic or cool about having to change a lifestyle and an identity especially in a hurry. But that’s the way you usually have to do it. In a hurry.

High-level privacy living is a whole lot of work, costs more than the “normal” way of living, and requires extra time and effort to maintain the “cover.” And it requires isolation, planning, commitment, and effort. I’ve had readers write me claiming that the book Privacy Crisis saved their lives. So, it may be worth your time, effort, and money to follow the tactics I’ve used for many years, when you face your own privacy crisis.

Hopefully, your life isn’t at stake. Regardless of why you’ve chosen to use another name, it’s important to know what you’re doing and model your efforts after what works, not after outdated, immoral, and possibly criminal acts written about by the pseudo–privacy experts—the ones who copy each other and leave lots of holes in their stories.

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Alternate Identity for Privacy
Not a lot of differences exist today in establishing an alternate identity than were there years ago. Except that today, it makes headlines when someone gets caught defrauding someone else or attempting to do so. And of course, Identity Theft is now the leading fraud crime in the U.S.A. So the public has an awareness about it.

And by the way, it’s never been against the law to use an alternate name for privacy purposes. Writers, actors, privacy seekers, and others do it. You can too as far as I know. To be sure, check with an attorney in your given jurisdiction prior to using an alternate name and establishing your alternate identity.

Live Anonymously For Yourself

Why use an alternate name? If you’re being stalked, suddenly becoming someone else can break the paper trail and may save your life. More than 80 percent of women who are stalked by a current or former lover are assaulted by that stalker.

The media investigators and identity thieves can’t tap into a credit report; at least a valuable one when you are known by a pen name.

“You know who” won’t be able to tie you to anyone real when listening in on your phone calls only to trace the registration of your cell phone to a nonexistent person. If you’re famous, infamous, hunted, or only want to have your privacy, a quick and sure way to “disappear” is to become someone else, part time. I say part time, because it’s prudent to retain your birth name for all official purposes. The exception being that if you are wanted and will be wanted forever. In that case, I can’t help you. But remember, if you know what you’re doing, you as the hunted have a huge advantage over the hunters.
Enough said.

Regardless of why you choose to use an alternate name, it’s important to
keep everything legal
. Otherwise, you defeat the whole purpose of living a private lifestyle. It makes no sense to commit a crime for the sake of having anonymity.

Frauds and Schemes to Avoid
Certain authors I grew up reading believed it was necessary to do all the wrong things in hopes of gaining secrecy. Many years ago, I too, succumbed to the marketing efforts of mail-order catalogs and phantom authors, in hopes of gaining information on how to win the game of hide and seek.

It’s an intriguing subject to be sure privacy in general and alternate identity in particular. I found no real answers in those expensive books shipped to me from afar by the supposed experts on the subject. Instead, my common sense and conscience prevailed, and I instead studied, researched, consulted various resources, and opted for a practical, workable and most important a legal approach to accomplishing privacy. The concepts written about in Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living work and won’t get you into trouble.

One guy wrote a book about contracting with a terminally ill patient for the purpose of assuming his/her identity, once they passed on. The “dead baby/graveyard scheme” ran rampant in books on the subject in the 1980s and beyond, and proponents encouraged their followers to steal an identity from the deceased and attempt to obtain a driver’s license in the name of the dead infant or youth.

The “banking passport” idea is still popular, for those not in the know. Some recommend emigrating and changing your name, once you’re officially a new citizen not a bad idea; except that it takes from five to twelve years to become a citizen of most first-world countries.

Others have written on solutions for the privacy seeker, protesting the need for official I.D. documents at all. This crowd may be right per the U.S. Constitution, but it’s difficult to do business without primary identity documents.

Always Keep It Legal
It’s not a good idea to jump ship from law-abiding citizen to felon all for the sake of being someone else on paper, officially. Thousands of hours on the subject of alternate identity have been written in three full chapters on the subject of “Identification” in Privacy Crisis.

Let’s settle the argument once and for all: It’s not a matter of “IF” but “WHEN” you’ll get caught if you follow the wrong path on such a sensitive subject especially today.

With that in mind, and with a full understanding from my reading audience, I’m making a guarantee a promise that it’s not necessary or desirable to do anything illegal for the sake of having an alternate name and a workable alternate identity. Just stay with what’s been outlined here and in Privacy Crisis, and you’ll stay inside the law, where you should be.

Privacy for People

Travel, Bank, Work, and Live Anonymously
For bank and brokerage accounts, holding real property and collecting money from gainful employment, it’s absolutely do-able to use a company or trust name. For your protection just in case you have to claim that bank account or prove that house to be legally under your control you’ll want your real name accessible, but invisible.

We use front entities to ensure anonymous travel, banking, working, and living, as described in Privacy Crisis. These entities include Trusts, Limited Liability Companies, and Limited Partnerships. In order to set up these entities so they reveal no ties to you on the surface, we use additional fronts, in the form of administrative trustees and others.

Once you’ve covered your real property, investments, and work by having those portions of your life in another name, you won’t be showing up in the databases that track nearly everybody else. And that should be your goal in the first place, as investigators, stalkers, identity thieves, and snoops use the information stored about your house and
investment properties, money, paper investments, job, car, and credit report to find you. And it usually takes about a day for these various searchers to locate their subject.

Credit files can be frozen, your car can be owned by a trust, your house or apartment can be rented in an alternate name, and you can be known by your pen name or alternate name. Mail can be received by nominees, and utilities can be held in other names or company names.

In fact, once you learn how, you can shift all clues to the real you, to other names that lead anyone looking for you to a dead-end investigation, while you’re living comfortably under the radar and out of reach from those wishing to target your wealth, identity, or family.

Alternate Identity Documents
Another extremely sensitive subject that openly discussed in interviews and seminars is identity documents held in another name. Also known as novelty I.D., these fake documents have taken a bad rap, and most manufacturers won’t ship them to the U.S.A. anymore. I’m not a big believer in flashing these around. In fact, for the purposes for which you’ll legitimately use your alternate name, you’ll find it much more beneficial to be an excellent communicator rather than a fake document collector.

People skills are so important that as a great speaker with the correct information, you’ll be able to get what you want most of the time without ever showing I.D.—alternate or real. Again, you’ve got to know what you are doing in order to do that. See the four chapters in the “Behavior” section of Privacy Crisis.

Official Documents
Official primary identity documents include a state-issued driver’s license, a passport, and a state-issued identification (typically issued for those who don’t drive and equivalent to a driver’s license).

Only carry these when absolutely necessary. When is that? Not often. In fact, carrying identification is still optional, as far as I know.

All states permit a police officer to ask or require a suspect to disclose his identity. Carrying and showing identification is another matter and depends on the jurisdiction. In the Supreme Court case of Larry D. Hiibel v. SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF NEVADA, HUMBOLDT COUNTY, et al., No. 03-5554, the court has interpreted the statute to require only that a suspect disclose his name. It apparently does not require him to produce a driver’s license or any other document.

When you fly (if you still do) they’ll want to see one of the primary identification documents before they decide if they want to let you on an airplane.

A driver’s license is a good idea in case you’re stopped by law enforcement while driving. And, by the way, do not EVER give anything but the real thing to law enforcement or a government agency.

Most of the time, I don’t carry I.D. as I don’t want to lose it, and I don’t want to show my papers unless I have official business. Only during official business will I show my papers, but I will not allow it to be copied except in the rarest of circumstances.

I don’t have my Social Security number memorized, and of course, I don’t carry the card around. So if stopped for whatever reason when not driving, papers won’t be checked. And since the SSN is tied to so many databases, it will be difficult to invade your privacy by running private records and information through the system. But always cooperate fully with law enforcement.

1. Hall, Grant, Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living (James Clark King, LLC), 2006, p. 81. Available as an e-book at:
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2. SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, Syllabus, HIIBEL v. SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF NEVADA, HUMBOLDT COUNTY, et al., No. 03-5554. Argued March 22, 2004. Decided June 21, 2004.
Copyright © James Clark King, LLC, February 26, 2008.

24 thoughts on “Parolee Privacy Live Anonymously”

  1. I’m not sure I understand. If they can trace you electronically then how do you live anonymously as a parolee?

    1. @Diab the objective is not to hide from your parole officer, just from the prying eyes who have no business looking into your past, or present or future.

  2. Dave in Cali

    I admired your useful words. good stuff. I hope you write more about how to live a private lifestyle. I remember when I was on paper it was like being hounded all the time. I didn’t mind so much my PO but the cops knew my car and would hassle me all the time. It got so I would get a different car every few months or even borrow friends cars. I wish I had this information sooner so I could drive privately too.

  3. Live anonymously sounds like a dream. Now with SOPA coming I don’t think we the people will be able to enjoy many more freedoms.

  4. Thanks for the insight into how to live as a parolee. I am still on paper and will be for a few more months on a drug charge. I am clean and sober but potential employers don’t think so. I will follow to see what this can do for me. Maybe living anonymously is the ticket?

    1. Good luck with the completion of your parole. I hope you do all the right things and are given at least one opportunity to show you are capable of change. The Privacy Crisis book is doing very well now and the Author has even included an additional book solely on banking privacy.

  5. Magnificent! Thanks for the information on how to keep it all private while on parole. I believe this information on living anonymously can work for everyone, not just those people on parole.

  6. Its just before Christmas now and I am still thinking about the new year and how to make my life more secure and private. It seems everyone is willing to simply hang out their laundry on social sites with no caution at all to who may be viewing the info. Did you also have a book on how to live privately? Please let me know the download location.

    1. It is alarmingly clear that people have lost their minds. I understand those that say they have nothing to hide. But, little do they know that the innocent picture they posted of themselves may be used for anything. Anyhow, glad you liked the post on living anonymously and yes, I have started a small report on how to live privately in this social age. No title yet, I simply keep writing about social privacy. I’ll soon be finished with the book and have it posted for sale here, but if you would like a free copy simply provide proof of receipt for the purchase of the Privacy Crisis book.Privacy Crisis Download

  7. I am not positive that being private anymore in this day and age is at all possible. I am not an ex-con just a concerned citizen who values my privacy. I think your post will definitely help others spread the word about our inalienable rights to privacy.

  8. Good to hear someone else made it out of that prison hellhole. I wished I had this information when I was in prison just before I was released. I could have had my power of attorney set everything up for me…. shame. I will try to get your info to other people I know on the inside but, you and I both know that while on parole we cannot correspond or interact with other cons. But, someday soon I will be a totally free woman and will be able to help others like you have helped me. Thank you Pete

    1. I was trying to keep my mouth shut on this topic but feel I cant. With the way things are going in this country (and the world) I think its beneficial to keep your matters private and to get the hell off of facebook and twitter. no one cares what you had for breakfast anyway.

  9. Sebastian Waskiest

    Great post. I wish more ex-cons were like you. It would be nice if all ex-cons were living anonymously so we wouldn’t have to be near them or hear of their tails of woe.

    1. Sebastian, sorry you feel that way about your fellow man. We all make mistakes, some bigger than others. We can only hope we have paid our price in full and that others acknowledge we paid our debt and not to even think for a moment we deserve more. It appears in your reply you have never done a single thing wrong and have always led a perfect life. Cheers to you mate… smh

  10. Great post on how to live anonymously. My father will be out of prison in a few months and I hope to get him this information.

  11. The way things are going I imagine that privacy will be a thing of the past. If SOPA is voted for I think it will really kill the Internet not to mention our 1st amendment rights

  12. After doing more than 5 years and most of that in protective custody, I can tell you that starting new is all I dreamt about. I wish I had gotten this book when I first got to prison – I would know exactly what to do once I got out. But, thankfully I downloaded Privacy Crisis in time.

  13. I have tried to live privately but every time I go to apply for a job I have to put down I was a convict. They just dont let you forget your past. I paid for my mistake but it seems the system just wants me to keep paying more i dont know what to do

  14. I think this book would be good for anyone wishing to live private and off the grid. We are starting to get together our bug out kits and vehicle and hope to soon be off the grid living in our large van. we will definitely download the book today

  15. I admire the work you do on the blog and hope to see more work like this about a parolees privacy. Am wondering how a person on parole can be totally private if they have to report to a parole officer?

  16. There’s nothing in this world more satisfying than finding myself in agreement with my fellow-humans. Thank you for a wonderful article on parolee privacy.

    1. I guess finding useful, reliable information on anonymous living on the internet isn’t hopeless after all. Live anonymously, you will be better for it. I will get the download of the Privacy Crisis book later today. Thanks for a great post

  17. Hello,
    Enjoyed your website during my visit today.

    Thank you for posting the Privacy Crisis E-Book on the site.

    My new book, Privacy Crisis Banking: Bank Secrecy Plan & Resource Guide to Protect Identity, Money, and Property may be of interest to you and your readers as it will surely assist anyone with financial privacy including banking secrecy, an “invisible mortgage,” private business registration, and private storage of valuables and cash in private vaults in the U.S.A. and abroad.

    Also, we will soon have this new book on the ClickBank network and it will be available for affiliates to sell just like Privacy Crisis, the best-selling privacy book and identity theft e-book at ClickBank. Here is the link to the Amazon page where the new book can be pre-ordered.

    You can pre-order from James Clark King, LLC at the Privacy Crisis website if you like. This post was not intended to be a promotional piece entirely. Hopefully, I’m still inbounds. If you need anything let me know. I’d like to have you email me as well when you get the chance.


    Grant Hall

    1. adminjailguide

      Thanks Grant! I bought the Privacy Crisis book a few months back and have read it cover to cover a few times. Simply awesome information about living privately without having to give up ones rights.

      If anyone is interested you can pick up a copy by clicking here:


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