How to use your New Identity

by | Jan 12, 2022 | Anonymous Living, Anonymous Travel, New Identity | 1 comment

Be prepared to start over from scratch.

You will have no credit history or employment history. You will not have a job or personal references, and no record of any education or special training. Anyone who checks your employment or credit history is likely to be suspicious when they find nothing.

Practice introducing yourself with your new name.

Practicing writing it and speaking it. You don’t want to accidentally slip and use your old name, even once. Similarly, practice the lies you must tell about your family, personal history, and places you’ve lived or visited.

Adopt new mannerisms, dress, and behaviors.

You might develop a taste for different foods, or even take up new hobbies. You may want to change your hair color, wear colored contact lenses, or give up wearing contacts for glasses to keep from being recognized. You may need to choose a new line of work.

Move far away from friends, family, and employers.

Don’t tell anyone what your new name is or where you are. Cut off all contact to lessen the chance that someone who knows your previous identity will accidentally expose your new identity.

Keep a low profile.

A number of government and private agencies have a record of your identity change, and your old identity could be made public if you’re arrested, sued, or attract the attention of the media.

The people you see on a daily basis — the barista who makes your coffee, the bus driver who takes your kids to school, and the neighbor who waves to you each morning — could all be using fake identities to hide an unsavory past. Just a few years ago, such a scenario would have been a far-fetched plotline reserved for the Netflix series “Youâ€. But recently, the dark web has made it extremely easy for anyone wanting to start a new life to simply buy themselves a brand-new identity.

New identity seekers are typically criminals hiding from authorities, but with the current state of global affairs, many New Identity seekers are political or economic refugees looking to flee violence or other existential threats in their native land. The common thread is that those willing to secure a New Identity illegally via the dark web feel there’s no legal way forward.

The dark web gives New Identity seekers unparalleled access to counterfeit and stolen personal documents — things like passports, driving licenses, birth certificates, bank accounts, and even educational documents like bachelor’s and master’s degrees.

The cost of an entirely new identity — including a new passport, driving license, birth certificate, educational certificate, financial profile, and counterfeit money — varies. For starters, not every New Identity document is equal. Some passports are genuine, being stolen from bona fide citizens and resold to the New Identity seeker. Others are 100% manufactured by the counterfeiter. Likewise, counterfeit money may be genuine, containing government-level watermarks. Others are 100% fake, and if caught, the user will be subject to criminal prosecution. There are no “quality assurance checks†on the dark web. Everything purchased has the potential of being fake, ineffective, and dangerous, and the buyer has every possibility of being defrauded. And, of course, it’s 100% illegal.

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