Most Common ‘Identity Change’ Mistakes

Many people are creating a new identity for themselves these days so they can get a second chance at life. A chance to run away with personal problems.

The only way to get that second chance is to create a completely new identity legally in a new name with a clean new credit record and with all complete documents. This is the only way to effectively escape your past problems and live your new life safe, secure and worry-free. But most of them make many mistakes while doing it.

Unaware of the government role

Some people make an identity change without letting the government do it for them. You neglect the fact that the government plays a very important role in this matter. It provides the pertinent documents needed to change your SSN. Social Security offices usually asked some documents issued by the government. You can make a complete legal identity change only with the help of government by letting them know and witness your present situation, as in the case of abused or identity thieft, but only if there are no other possible ways to solve you crisis.

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Settling with fake ids and forged documents

Many new identity-changers make the mistake of buying fake ID. Though forged identification documents may look authentic, they’ll never pass an on-line verification so they’re of very limited use in the building of a new identity There are plenty of fake id sites on the web with great looking sample drivers licenses but they are not reliable. A fake ID will fail every time. And today online verification is popping up all over the place. Some bars are even equipping their bouncers with handheld online satellite verification terminals.
Leaving Bad Debts Behind
Many people who are forced to abandon an old identity get greedy and run up their credit card debt or even report themselves dead and then have a relative collect on their life insurance. This is both foolish and completely illegal!
It’s a simple fact that no matter how hard you try to eliminate links between your old self and your new self, you’ll never be able to create your new identity without leaving behind at least a few subtle ties. Walking away from a debt-free identity is the only way to go. It minimizes the number of people looking for you. A new identity can only be truly secure if you’ve done everything you can to reduce the number of people searching for you.
Sharing the secret

This is probably the single most important problem you’ll face. After you’ve created your new identity – keep it a complete secret. Trust no one! Move to another place and far from your friends and even family. Remember you are totally a new person and bragging it would link to your old self. Sharing your little secret is a dangerous thing to do as anyone who knows will have an extraordinary degree of power over you as they’ll easily be able to expose you. You simply cannot relax and be secure in your new life unless it’s a complete secret.


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  1. Stacy says

    If I would calculate how much money I lost because of interest and late payment penalties, it’s thousands and thousands of dollars.

  2. Carmen Bennett says

    I wonder what changing your name could do with how the way people look at you?

  3. Custom Branded says

    For us stay away from the problem of changing our identity, names, bank records and other personal data is to be good. We don’t have anything to worry about if we are good.

  4. Suzy782 says

    I just could not imagine that people would opt to change their identity for the above-mentioned reasons. The true resolution to this is, settle your debts the best way you can. Nothing is more satisfying than having known you have settled all your obligations and have not abused anyone.

  5. Prmts says

    Indeed, this will cause a BIGGER trouble for those who are in this phase of situations. But I ever wonder too that this things, stuffs, changing of identity is really possible and does really exist? Well, I mean in movies I believe it does but in real life, I doubt. And it really amazes me to know that there are even what to dos and how to do it for the subject, and oh well, mistakes exist thereof.

  6. Adamo788 says

    Well, changing your identity is very difficult process. There are a lot of things you have to deal with, just make sure that the new identity you will be using has a clear record or else you will inherit the criminal records or debt of your new identity if you’re not cautious.

  7. Addue says

    If you wish to change your identity, do it legally. But if you’re going to settle for fake documents and id, eventually it will lead to a bigger problem.If you’ll do this just to leave behind a bad debt, why don’t you face your problem and call the financial company to ask for an assistance. I’m sure they have a program for people like you that offers payment arrangement.

  8. Steve says

    It depends for which country you are living. Some country are strict when it comes into changing your name in your birth certificate. You must have a valid reason when changing your name plus it is expensive.

  9. Procat7 says

    I don’t think Identity change is even possible for us. Every nook and cranny of the city’s full of camera’s. Even when I go out of my unit, there’s already a camera. I can’t even pretend to be a businessman when I go out of my apartment simply because the other tenants know me. So how’s that possible?

  10. Richard says

    Buying a fake identity has another problem too – you never know how many people got sold that same ID. You could have the same papers as a dozen other people, and could even wind up on the same flight as them someday.

  11. Sheds says

    Is it really possible to change one’s identity? I mean, I think some criminals can escape their liabilities with this and they can do whatever they want to do with their new identities. It’s like refreshing and erasing all your records.

  12. Karen Holland says

    My sympathies go out to people who need to go to these lengths for a second chance. Still, there seems to be some good tips here for how to do it.

  13. Vince Hannigan says

    These are actually some of the most common identity change mistakes that is happening in different people. Changing identity is not easy most especially when it comes to these cases. Debts can be prevented and you should really be protecting your identity,

  14. Rum222 says

    I’m not sure if it’s a good thing or bad thing. It seems this could definitely be abused. Though I guess it’s great for those who want to just run away and never be found again. Leave the past behind type thing.

  15. mba accounting says

    Well you can get new identity, but government will still tie it up to your existing one, so in reality you won’t change much, but have a tons of paper work to fill out

  16. glenn adkins says

    Need to acquire current legal drivers license trying it by standards required in IL. Virtually impossible please help!

  17. Myatt says

    I don’t want to change my identity but I need a completely new USA identity, anyone know how?

  18. Isidro says

    When I was young I lost my way and I ended up having a lot of problems with police. I have been in prison and I served my debt to society. I also learned from my mistakes. Having said that, my history still follows me every step of the way. I think I deserve a second change in my life.

  19. Gayle Reem says

    Is it really achievable to get a new Identity legally? I will give it a try. I think I just would seriously feel like a new individual. With all this debt behind me.

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