I Am Making $8 an Hour

I am 42 years old. I was 18 when I started to work at Taco Bells. When I joined I had big dreams. The promised me if you work hard in a couple of years you will be store manager. 24 years later I am still making tacos in the kitchen.


I have two lovely daughters and a beautiful wife. I am making with overtime about $1000, we are lucky we can afford our trailer park home.  I make barely enough to put food on table. If I wanted to earn the same amount our CEO makes a year, I would need to work for 930 years. Or to put it in perspective, 930 Taco Bells workers combined earn what the CEO makes. Continue reading

Stories from readers – Gang Life

“I’m free” I said to myself excitedly. I had finally escaped and now I had to figure out my exit strategy. I ran as fast as I could while Diego and Pablo chased after me trying to shoot me with their 9mm rounds. I ran through the water and through the woods and up the hilly terrain away from them. Luckily, I had a ride waiting alongside the highway.


It was my girlfriend Rosa and she was eager to see me. She had gotten a text from me earlier saying things were not good and to meet me at the underpass. I had been living the life of a gangster for ten years now and needed to retire. I needed to have a fresh new start, I had been living as a thug since the age of twelve and I was no longer interested in that scene. I had seen way too much and heard way too much. I have lied for the brotherhood and almost died for them on many occasions. For the last year things have just been awkward between me and the guys. Continue reading

Debt And Identity Change

Have you ever experienced not being able to pay for your credit card bill or home mortgage on time? Then you would know how credit collectors tend to haunt you in every possible way from your home land-line, to work and to make sure that they can reach you wherever you are, your cell phone too. 


However, the hassles of not being able to pay for your debt spans way more than that. To begin with, banks share certain information, including the names of the bad borrowers. Hence, if you are unable to pay for your debt in one bank, you can be sure that you are as good as blacklisted in all the other banks as well. Continue reading

Change of Identity Due to Debt

I always found it puzzling why someone would want to change their identity after years until I needed to do it too because I had so much debt that I could not repay.


One thing that I can assure you is that the decision to change my ID was a culmination of not being able to continue living under pressure like a fugitive. Ultimately, the process of changing my name to escape from debt meant making sacrifice. I am sure at this point you want to know if the decision to get a new identity and starting all over was more risky compared to facing my debtors. The truth is yes; therefore, I needed to be smart to succeed in this venture because there are consequences for such a move hence the need to ensure utmost discretion. Continue reading

I changed my identity to run away from credit

A huge debt burden can usually mess up with the rational thinking of an individual. This is exactly what happened to me when I attempted to change my identity to escape the wrath of creditors.


Reeling from a loan repayment that never seemed to get any closer to settlement and a credit card burdens, I felt that the only way out for me to have a chance to continue living would be through a change of identity. Continue reading

Escape from Credit Card Debt

Credit card debt is horrible trap to fall into. Many people do not realize that their uncontrolled spending habits are pushing them into a trap laid down by the creditors and credit card companies.

debt-2892Many times people come under so much debt that they have to be creative to escape from the clutches of credit card companies. No matter how many moments you spend in peace, if you have a huge problem of debt on your head, you will not be able to enjoy your time.

Changing the Identity: A New Face

Well, changing the identity becomes an obvious choice, if you are charged with credit card fraud. This can certainly bring your life back on track. But it is easier said than done. Jacob Crawford is one such person. Very little information is available on his previous identity. People like him are changing their identities for a number of reasons. Just search for change identity and you will find a million search results. But no person will come forward to claim that he/she has changed his identity. But Jacob Crawford is an exception. And he guides people on changing their identities through his personal blog. A rare feat indeed.

Escape Debt: Change Identity

Sometimes the option to disappear seems the best option out there. In case of Jacob Crawford, he chose this option to escape the crushing debt he was under. There are many things to consider when you change your identity to get away from your problems. This can be quite hard a task to pull off. But the right person, like Andrew Hambrick have pulled it off quite easily and guides other individuals also. Remember, if you are caught, you will be tried and tested in a court of law in your respective country.

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