When I “disappeared”, it was because I had been in a bad car accident, couldn’t work, lost my house, and couldn’t pay my bills. Some of the unpaid bills brought the credit agency hounds who called at all hours of the day and night.
But what kept me up at night was the thought of losing my car. Without a car, I wouldn’t be able to find a job, get groceries, or even get around. I couldn’t lose my car.
On top of that, I had a particularly vindictive stalker who was intent on making my life hell. She had worked for the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Department (in Northern California), so I couldn’t get a restraining order despite numerous attempts. Plus, she had contacts that made it hard to live anywhere in that county without getting tracked down.
So I had to come up with a way to stay in the area without living in fear of her and her friends showing up on my doorstep.
So I was motivated to find a way to disappear and still have a life.
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How to Disappear NOW
by KC Cooper
There are all kinds of reasons why you might want to disappear. Maybe you’re being hounded by collection agencies. Maybe it’s a stalker. Or maybe you just want more privacy and protection from identity thieves.
Whatever your situation, there are concrete things you can do to protect yourself. You can disappear in a variety of ways. And reappear whenever your situation has improved. Or not.
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