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ASSET PROTECTION (PRIVACY)
Even-though constitutionally protected, your personal privacy are constantly being violated by private investigators, collection agencies, and the government.

Here are some of the avenues in which your records pertaining to your assets and personal life viewed.

  • Voter Registration records
  • Worker’s Compensation information
  • Sheriff and County Prosecutor records
  • Real Estate recording records
  • Fictitious Business Name records
  • Professional licensing boards
  • Corporate registration records
  • Marriage license records
  • Property Tax records
  • Utility and Credit Card bills
  • Litigation, Divorce, and Bankruptcy files
  • Probate records
  • Medical records
  • Telephone records
BEING SUED?
A line of credit from a Nevada Corporation can put you in a no assets position.

Having no assets is the most effective method to arbitrate and reduce satisfaction of an existing judgment. Settle for pennies on the dollar.

  • BORROW YOUR PROFITS ( This will enable you to put liens (encumber) on your property)
  • THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CONVEYING AND ENCUMBERING ( Conveying property when in litigation could be devastating)
It could be a fraudulent transfer. Don't give up title to your property. Encumbering your assets with a Nevada Corporation is not fraudulent.

THE BEST ASSET PROTECTION IS TO SHOW NO ASSETS

  • This can be done with a Nevada Corporation.
  • A Nevada Corporation would be the secured party as it used mortgages or Trust Deeds to encumber your real estate.
  • It uses UCC-1 (Uniform Commercial Code) filing against your non-real estate; thus preventing creditors from taking an equitable interest in any of your assets.

NEVADA, THE SECRET STATE
Nevada is the only state that does not freely trade information to anyone including the IRS.

  • No one knows who owns a Nevada Corporation
  • The stock can be treated as “Bearer” Stock, meaning, if you have it in your possession, then you own it. Give it to someone, and you no longer own it and they do.
  • “Bearer” Stock works well if you go through a deposition or an asset search. You don’t perjure yourself.
  • Owners and Directors are not required to be revealed with a Nevada Corporation.
  • Officers: President, Secretary, and Treasurer can be one person, and that person can be someone besides yourself.
  • Officers are not liable corporation operation.
  • Officers Lists are only files once a year. If you file your Officer(s), no reporting of that is required until next filing. You don’t have to go to Nevada to hold meetings.
  • You don’t have to capitalize a Nevada Corporation.
  • You have zero capitalization and still have a Nevada Corporation.
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