The Lifeboat Strategy by Mark Nestmann

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You can't be innocent…the computer found you guilty. Your bank or broker will never tell you, but every transaction you conduct through a US bank or broker--deposits, withdrawals, credit card, currency conversion--creates a secret financial profile of YOU. The USA PATRIOT Act and similar laws actually require banks, brokers, car dealerships, jewelers, and many other types of businesses to spy on you. And none of these businesses are allowed to tell you they're doing it. If the computer software these businesses MUST use to spy on you triggers a "guilty account" alert, you'll never know until your assets are frozen or confiscated. The law makes it a crime to tell you if you're under suspicion. One mistake—-withdrawing too much cash, writing a check to the "wrong" person, etc.—-and you could be the next victim. Could your seemingly innocent account activity actually indicate that you’re laundering money? Or even worse, that you're a terrorist? The answer, sadly, is "yes." But you CAN fight back. It's perfectly legal to create international "lifeboats" of wealth and privacy that are practically invulnerable to snooping or confiscation. And The Lifeboat Strategy shows you exactly what you need to do to counter today's threats to wealth and privacy.
 

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Published April 25, 2011 by The Nestmann Group, Ltd.. 348 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Education & Reference, Law & Philosophy, Political & Social Sciences, History, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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