The Unpublished How to Disappear Chapters

The Unpublished How to Disappear Chapters

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From the world’s number one skip tracer, privacy expert and author of How to Disappear, Erase Your Digital Footprints and Vanish Without a Trace.The Unpublished How to Disappear Chapters provides stories of pretext, disappearing and creating new identities that never made it to the first disappear book. Written by a professional skip tracer who has tracked down thousands of people worldwide and pretexted for private information for over twenty years, he has worked cases that involved Monica Lewinsky, the Oscars when stolen, Billionaires, celebrities, criminals and countless others who need to remain anonymous. As a privacy consultant Frank M. Ahearn works with individuals interested in regaining their privacy, lower their digital footprints and others who needed to disappear. Frank M. Ahearn has been a guest on CNN, Fox, BBC, History Channel and over 250 radio shows worldwide. The Unpublished Chapters are unique and interesting stories that share the dark and secret world known to only a few. EXCERPTThe only way that was available to find people prior to the internet was to pretext the large companies that had customer information. If you didn’t live in a cave most likely you had electric, cable, credit, bank and other services or accounts that had your social security number. My job as a skip tracer was to pretext any place you had services at and find where you went. I also used a few sources that could get me credit reports, criminal records and motor vehicle records. The problem was using a source was not a guarantee of accuracy, therefore if I ran someone’s name for a criminal or motor vehicle record and it came back no hit I had no way a verifying if that was correct or not. From experience people did not like paying for a no hit. I decided I was going to not use sources and go strait to the well for information. If I needed bank records, I would figure out a pretext and call the bank. If I needed phone records I would pretext the phone company. No matter what it was I needed I was going to pick up a phone and convince the person on the other end of the phone that I was the person who was allowed to obtain that information via the phone. And so it begins my path into pretext and social engineering. No place was safe or sacred if it had the information I would get. I would be Michael Christopher from repair, Pat Brown from credit services, Eddie Davis from credit and activations and a slew of other aliases. To learn more visit www.Disappear.Info.
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  • Paperback | 68 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 3.05mm | 127.01g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • 1460910109
  • 9781460910108

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