The Ultimate How To Disapppear – Part 9

Recently, I finished a new book, The Ultimate How to Disappear but it did not work for me. I decided to trash the book, however, I posted some of the content. Please note, the postings are unedited.

Part – 9

You must think about how your predator will hunt, you. Will they go through family, friends, money, transactions, health issues, footprints or past travel? Never assume the least of your predator. Always assume they have access to all and never think little of their abilities.

In my days of skip tracing (finding people) nothing was sacred. I would pull out every stop, legal or illegal to locate my prey. Be it the phone company or pretexting your mother, it did not matter. Your predator oes not care how you are located, only that you are located!

Money… No doubt a key factor in disappearing!

Let me start this off that presently, I do not recommend digital currency. I think it is still a young business and can be risky. My main concern is if someone does hack the digital currency and steals your money you are shit out of luck. If a bank is hacked and your funds are stolen, the insurance company will pay you all or part of your funds. However, some offshore banks do not have such insurance so beware.

The one perks bank still offer is when you need some green backs you can walk in a branch and make a withdrawal. Or you can use an ATM card. Digital currency does not offer this presently. Walkaway money can save your ass!

Run Money… In the past I have discussed having an exit bag with various tools of disappearing. Such items being prepaid debit cards, maps, bus schedules and cash. Typically, the walkaway bag was stored in a mail drop. I am not so much a fan of mail drops these days. I believe they are highly monitored and a bag in your box too long can raise suspicion. Imagine if law enforcement is contacted because of your strange long dwelling bag. Imagine, the surprise when they open the bag and see your tools of disappearing. Sure you have not broken any laws but like that matters.

Leaving a bag in a mail drop too long can become suspicious and law enforcement might be called. Imagine heat opens your exit bag and finds prepaid debit cards, cash, maps and whatever. This is rather suspect and can become.

Run Money is the tool that can save your life. It is only to be touched if you need to go on the run. One of your worst nightmare could be you stranded in a city and being chased by your predator. Have two walkaway bags in case one is compromised or opportunity is not afforded to obtain one of them. Your walkaway bag should be accessible twenty-four hours a day and seven days a week. It is best to stash less cash in more places then more cash in less places.

You can bury a bag in a park, stash it in n alleyway or somewhere in the basement of a building. You are a strategist, be creative. Never. Ever, never have any identifiers in the walkaway bag.

Offshore Explosion… If you want banking privacy, open an offshore bank account using an International Business Corporation (IBC). That is the nutshell of banking offshore, however, times have changed and discretion is not so discreet.

Be very careful choosing your offshore location. Many offshore banks that preach privacy are nothing less than rats. They supply information to big brother and this is because various government treaties.

A mutual legal assistance treaty (MLAT) is an agreement between two or more countries for the purpose of gathering and exchanging information in an effort to enforce public laws or criminal laws. Modern states have developed mechanisms for requesting and obtaining evidence for criminal investigations and prosecutions. Wiki

On the other hand, when an offshore bank has problems and they need to climb out of a fix, revealing your identity could be that fix. Look up Cayman National Securities Ltd. and Cayman National Trust Co. Ltd., they were popped for some illegalities. Part of their plea deal involved turning over the names of American clients. Not very nice of these companies to rat you out but hey, we all look out for number one at the end of the day.

Sometimes the breach has nothing to do a government but a hacker or whistle blower that reveals your information.

Mossack Fonseca: The Panama Papers are 11.5 million leaked documents that detail financial and attorney–client information for more than 214,488 offshore entities. The leaked documents were created by Panamanian law firm and corporate service provider Mossack Fonseca; some dated back to the 1970s. Wiki

Where there is human and there is technology there is the possibility of breach. You must understand this prior to parking your funds offshore. You must understand that your information and your funds are only 99% safe. Therefore, when deciding where to park your money, it could be like voting for a President, sometimes your only option is to choose the lesser of the two evils. Or the one that can do the least amount of damage in the long run. Not a very secure option but a realistic view of offshore privacy.


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