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The Alternative Solution

Today financial privacy has become far more than a right, sadly it has developed into a necessity. Those who fail to take notice invariably spend the major part of their lives battling lawsuits and negativity. I don’t. I travel, enjoy good food, agreeable company, pleasant beaches and all the other great things that this little planet has to offer.
As I explain in PM, I have long since broken free from the restraints put on us by government and become a Perpetual Traveler and Prior Taxpayer, a PM as I call it. Banking Silence forms another link in my developing series of reports which show you how to accomplish the very same. It deals exclusively with the area of banking and financial privacy, but is somewhat different from the other reports in the PM series. Banking in Silence is what I like to think of as a guide to becoming a partway PM The full-fledged PM need not be as
concerned with banking in silence as those who are still under the thumb of big government. The full-fledged PM operates under a layer of invisibility, constructing his paperwork in such a way that no government considers him to be its personal property, meaning that completely silent banking is no longer as necessary.


I have constructed this Report for those of you who either cannot or for some reason choose not to become full-fledged PMs. Perhaps you are tied to one place because of children, property, a good career or something of the sort. Perhaps you are not ready to break completely free. This report forms a link to PM status, a stepping stone if you like. It deals with all areas of financial privacy, even those that may not be of specific value to the PM, such as the use of offshore corporations and trusts. Even the very idea of opening an offshore bank account is impossible for the PM. Nowhere and everywhere is offshore for the PM, meaning that any bank account he may happen to hold is automatically offshore.
Anyway, enough on PM. If you would like to learn more about the subject consult my other reports. PM presents the theory while PM2 presents the practice, including a lot of helpful advice on practical matters concerning personal privacy. If you would like to learn how to live a completely private life whether it be how to place phone calls discreetly, how to send and receive mail discreetly or even how to disappear without a trace, this is the report for you. For the moment, I will return to the topic of banking privacy. This area is in my opinion one of the most important aspects of privacy. When governments attack you they invariably go for your cash. Once you deny them that power, they quickly deflate to a powerless nonentity.
This report is your guide through shark-infested waters. It will show you in detail how to accomplish a level of financial privacy only dreamed of by most. As you read the following pages, keep in mind that there is no time like the present to start banking in silence. You never know when you will have to call such protective measures into action, meaning that the sooner you get the ball rolling, the better. To begin with though, it is important to understand exactly what you are up against. We will start by examining your number one threat, government.