Thursday, March 31, 2011
One of my clients recently received a large sum of money. He asked me to help him distribute it among a number of banks so that no single bank would know what his total assets were.
Further, although he lives in Florida, he wished to hide that fact from all the banks. Following our meeting, he successful opened two accounts in one state, plus one in Canada, on a single day. He has since opened two more in other states
All the banks list his address as Fairbanks, Alaska.
You may be able to pull this off on your own, without my help. If a bank demands proof of your home address, just go to another bank.
For further information, consider two options: Arrange for a privacy consultation or order the e-book “Invisible Money.”
Friday, March 18, 2011
Cell phone pings proved crucial in helping Washington state police track down Dustin Reed, 35. Cell phone pings “were very critical in this case,” said Randy Kaut, Chehalis deputy police chief. “Who knows how long it would have lasted if we hadn’t had the location of the phone.”
Reed’s cell phone number was known so—with the cooperation of Sprint—the first ping came in. It placed Reed inside a Fred Meyer store in Bonney Lake, Washington. Several pings later, police tracked Reed to the store’s parking lot and made the arrest.
If you think you may be under surveillance, remember that many cell phones can be pinged even when they are turned off. Either leave it in some location that cannot be tracked back to you, or remove the battery.
Friday, March 11, 2011
If you own your own home, in my e-book Invisible Money I outline some terrific ideas for hiding your cash and other valuables. However, many of the suggestions are not practical for our grandson Corey, who rents small apartments and moves from time to time.
On his own, he tracked down instructions for a doorstop stash on the internet. He plans to copy the detailed instructions and make a hiding place for his 500-euro bills (or whatever) in the top of the door into his bedroom. Here is the URL:
Tuesday, March 1, 2011
This just in today:
Major television Production Company is conducting nationwide casting for a new reality series featuring high school seniors who are going against the norm and deciding NOT to go to college.
"Is college too expensive? Is college really worth it? Instead of partying four years of your life away and going into debt with dubious job prospects after graduation, are you planning to skip college life and invest the money/time into your future now? Are you starting your own company? Do you have a new invention that will make you millions? Do you want to start your own fashion line? Are you opening a new restaurant or nightclub? Are you creating a new internet-based company? Are you opening a new branch of a family-owned business?"
THe above is taken from http://www.realitytvfans.com/2011/03/01/casting-call-high-school-seniors-deciding-not-to-go-to-college.html If you are a high school student, you might check this out. I suggest you also check out my e-book "SKIP COLLEGE: Go into business for yourself."