Most people, who choose to live under the radar or take on a new identity, do it because they experience problems they are not able to overcome with conventional approaches.
We are bombarded with advertisement on a daily bases with the aim to make us purchase holidays, cars, consumer electronics etc. we are not always able to afford. Getting into serious debt is a very slow process. Once we have to use most of the hard earned money to pay of the interest on the money owed, people start to realize that they became a working slave for large corporations. It’s a nightmare.
Being a stalking victim can destroy peoples live. Living in constant fear is very difficult deal with. Some people don’t receive the support and care they deserve from the law enforcement agencies.
People sometimes choose to run away from law enforcement agencies for crimes they allegedly committed. Bounty hunters track down alleged criminals who choose to run away.
Family abuse is one of the leading causes of injury to women in the United States. Escaping an abusive relationship can be very difficult.
Some people deserve a second chance, some do not. People committing a crime definitely deserve to pay back there debt to society.
There are many books online available helping people to change their identity or hide from whoever they are running away from. Unfortunately in many cases those books describe illegal change identity methods such as taking on the identity of a dead person. This is not only illegal, it will also get those people in prison faster than can think.
Using a 100% legal and ethical method to live under the radar is vital.
The book written by Peter Bergmann the ‘Change ID Bible‘ describes different legal change identity methods that also work in the digital world we live in now.
We would love to stay away from debt. However, we sometimes face challenges we are unable to overcome, debt can make you unstable.
Especially when you are really debt into debt, you cannot just run away from debt because it is in your name. Continue reading Get Out Of Debt With A New Identity?
People decide to live under the radar for a lot of reason. And these days, changing your identity is no longer illegal unless one is doing it to mislead or for deceitful intentions.
It is termed as illegal when changing of your identity can lead to financial losses of a third party. However, if it’s for some other motive or in the event you are running from your past, changing your identity is not quite difficult. Continue reading Top Reasons Why People Live Below the Radar
In movies we have seen a lot of stories about people who changed their identity and live a completely new life. However, is this something possible in real life? The answer is yes and no.
In this modern era, it’s quite impossible to completely erase your identity, except the government is doing it for you. Even if the government has agreed to give you a new identity Continue reading The Most Common Reasons People Choose to Get a New Identity
We’ve all heard that all too familiar story where you meet someone, end up really liking them to the point of entering a relationship with them, maybe even going as far as to move in with them; everything is going gravy and everyone is happy.
Until the day your partner, or the person whom you thought was your partner turns out to be a complete psychopath and begins to physically and/or mentally abuse you. Continue reading Abusive Relationships: Why You Shouldn’t Be in One and How You Can Escape
Your identity is very important in your everyday life. People forge their own identities living their day to day lives.
Sometimes, things can happen that can make people consider about changing their identities and starting to live a new life. Here are the top five reasons why people change their identities: Continue reading Top Five Reasons People Change Their Identity
After graduating from college I could not find any work. My father came to my rescue by becoming the guarantor for my loan.
I took out one loan from the bank and the down payment was done by my father. I used the money to set up my business of mobile and its accessories shop. Continue reading Money & Identity
“Life is a bitch, then you die.” I heard this once when I was a teenager in my little Suburban town. Those were the days when I had little worries about the world and had never thought that my life would ever be miserable like the folks I witnessed around me.
I wasn’t good at studies, but that never stopped me from winning the world, trying my luck at making money. Continue reading I Want To Change My Identity
I had a fairly uneventful childhood, graduated high school and went to college. Of course, during college, I racked up my share of student debt, but I expected to pay it off quickly after I got out of school and found my first job.
I met my wife while I was in college as well. She was an English Major. I was studying in the library when I first saw her and it was practically love at first sight. I finished up my business degree and we were quickly married. Unfortunately, she also had racked up quite a few student loans, so that didn’t help any. Continue reading Rethinking Life after Debt Piles Up
When I joined the gang I was little more than a child. Being twelve I thought it was cool to be one of them, to be chosen, so I worked my way up the ranks.
It was a slow process, much slower than I wanted it to be at the time, but, now that I’ve come to realize that isn’t the life I want to lead, I’m glad of it. They made me spend three years being a runner. Continue reading How I Ended Up On The Wrong Side Of The Law