Assume that it's impossible to dodge or forswear your government and corporations like credit card companies and banks from knowing your (1) full name (2) birth date (3) address (4) and signature. For this question, please don't dispute this assumption.
How can I shield them from abuse or fraud?
In June 2018, I filed a formal complaint against Bank X.
Since April 2019, I have received:
inordinately more junk mail. Some of them had glitter that scattered everywhere. Now I have anxiety when opening my mail. I don't open some letters.
orders like pizza that requires payment upon delivery, but that I didn't order.
sundry visits from Neighbourhood Watch staff who said that someone had reported criminal activity, but there was none.
I have multiple bank accounts and credit cards. Thus I can't prove that it was Bank X that commenced all this fraud. Nor do I know who at Bank X would have done this.
For now at least, nobody has
place[d] "online orders with your data as billing information. Imagine one day getting your mail and seeing 5+ dunning letters stating the payment to your orders of £1000 each are overdue, you are told to pay within 2 weeks or face legal charges. You tell it's fraud, they demand you file criminal complaints. So you start bugging the law enforcement with every new letter you receive. Meanwhile your credit score has already dropped, so vacation flight orders are denied. As of now you have been talking with every company demanding money, maybe their lawyers, the police and maybe your local Pricewaterhouse Cooper. The person would create online accounts with many big online retailers (Amazon and the likes), which upon fraud notice, for security reasons close all your user accounts."
Reporting to police wouldn't help. Read these webpages.
Ms [Anca] Piticii said after phoning 999 as soon as possible she was only given a reference number and told police would be in touch the next day.