There is a serious problem here in the United States- Our personal Privacy is DEAD! Did you know that lack of privacy may lead to Identity Theft?
Give me a huge favor and Google your name. What do you see? Do you see your name? Your Address? Perhaps you just came across a couple of websites that are selling your information? With just under $50.00, anyone who is interested can get your information. Anyone!
Wouldn’t it be nice to live your life without worrying that someone with malicious intent will find and misuse your information? I think it would be nice!
Today, I am speaking with Grant Hall, an author of “Privacy Crisis” and “Privacy Crisis Banking“. In his books he talks about ways and strategies on how to live your life privately and how to limit the amount of information available.
That’s not a question you’ll ask if you’ve ever had your identity stolen (America’s fastest-growing crime). Or if you’ve ever had snoops rifling through your credit files, hackers stealing your most personal computer information, or investigators trying to track you down for something you never did.
To say nothing of being hunted by an obsessive stalker, discovering that your phones are subject to government wiretaps, that your e-mail is being monitored, or that you’re the target of scam and con artists.
Your identity, your personal life, is your business—and no one should be invading it without your permission. If you want to protect your personal privacy and freedom, this book can tell you exactly how to do it.“ (source www.PrivacyCrisis.com)