Camouflage Passport Programs

CAMOUFLAGE PASSPORTS - THE GREAT PRIVACY TOOL


Sorry CAMOUFLAGE documents are NO longer available.

You might want to consider a banking passport!

Camouflage Name Real Name
British Guiana Guyana
British Honduras Belize
British West Indies Regular Does not exist
British West Indies Diplomatic Package Does not exist
Burma Myanmar
Dutch Guiana Surinam
Eastern Samoa American Samoa
Netherlands East Indies Indonesia
New Grenada Does not exist, although Grenada does.
New Hebrides Vanuatu
Rhodesia (Republic of) Zimbabwe
South Vietnam Vietnam
Spanish Guinea Equatorial Guinea
U.S.S.R. Now known as the SNG countries.
Zanzibar Amalgamated with Tanganyika to become Tanzania. Exists but does not issue passports.


For your Camouflage Passport remit €uro 495 plus €uro 45 courier shipping. Add €uro 65 for North American surcharge. See IMPORTANT NOTICE below.

For a British West Indies Diplomatic Camouflage Passport the cost is €uro 620. All other regular camouflage documents are €uro 495 plus shipping.

* British West Indies DIPLOMATIC PASSPORT and back up ID

Additional bonus: Driver's License

We also offer an additional piece of identification - a driver's license from your passport country. See details on order form. (Of course, we are categorically NOT suggesting you actually drive with this document - this may get you in very deep water legally. Plus, there's insurance issues to consider in case of accident, etc.)

All items sold are for novelty purposes only. Privacy World does not warrant the use of these products other than for novelty purposes.

CAMOUFLAGE DRIVER'S LICENSE *FREE OF CHARGE*!

Remember: All tourists carry passports. Carrying your Camouflage Passport at all times will make you a tourist in any emergency event, anywhere, anytime!

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FAQ

What are Camouflage Passports?

Camouflage Passports (CPs) are passports of countries no longer in existence, e.g. former British or Dutch colonies such as Rhodesia, Zanzibar, Dutch Guiana, Netherlands East Indies, these states have usually changed their names, typically after gaining independence. Thus British Honduras is now Belize, while Zanzibar fused with then time Tanganyika to become today's Tansania. Upper Volta became Burkina Faso, and of course, some of the most recent examples include the USSR and Czechoslovakia.

When American travelers became prime targets of hijacking and international terrorism on an ever increasing scale, CPs were invented to afford them some additional security. The idea was to present a potential hijacker with a valid looking, non-American document to hide one's identity. Thus, it was supposed, terrorists might pick someone else to harp upon, to take hostage or even to kill.

CPs were never intended to be used as actual traveling documents at border controls, so DO NOT attempt to use them in this manner or you will end up in very serious trouble. Even today, we strongly advise against using them in lieu of bona fide passports when crossing from one country to another: not all border officials are as a dumb as they may seem, while you will certainly be inviting no ends of hassle if you give them the impression of willfully hiding something from them.

In some countries this may be a felony, but even where it isn't, people caught traveling with "counterfeit documents" are always viewed with strong suspicion. You may even face an espionage charge, depending on the current political situation, and you shouldn't count on your home country's consulate or embassy personnel being particularly happy about having to cater for someone pretending not to be one of their citizens in the first place. Thus, their diligence and eagerness to help could prove to be severely wanting - meaning that you may have to spend weeks and months wasting away in a foreign jail, which is no fun thing at all!

Do I really need one?

Probably not, unless you're being hijacked! At least, that's the common sentiment. Actually, this prejudice is not a bad thing at all as these passports obviously won't be of much use any longer, once every man and his dog knows about them or even has one himself. So, the fewer people actually employ them, the better for all concerned. After all, discretion has always been a critical mainstay of personal security and safety.

But let's check it out in more detail: if you refrain from traveling; if you are in possession of a valid second citizenship for emergency purposes already and have at least some of your assets stowed away in safety (preferably not in the country where you are living most of the time, nor at the place where you actually work); if you are in no need at all of truly anonymous banking - yes, in that case (and in that case alone!) - it might seem a sheer waste of time and money to obtain a CP, unless you are into collecting that sort of curios.

However, that will hardly apply to most of us! Plus: you can never actually know before some nasty streak of events whether you are really in safety or not, can you? What if your country's regime changes over night? If suddenly you are victimized for being a Mormon, a Jew, a WASP, a black, a Muslim, a gay, a communist, a veteran, an environmentalist - or because your spouse holds a grudge and denounces you as a child molester, a porn fiend, a pervert, a drug peddler, a mobster? Think of all the possibilities inherent in a social and political system based on conformist and permanent state controlled brainwashing! And if that's not enough: how about the IRS or your local equivalent to that agency?

What, if - just IF! - they find out - or ASSUME! - that you haven't filled in the proper return forms for that kid you hired last year as a baby sitter? Granted that no one can actually guarantee you the efficacy of a CP when it comes to planning your escape or actually fleeing a politically oppressive system. A CP is an emergency document at best. As such, you should keep it for yourself and resist any temptation to brag with it at parties or when on a drinking spree with your buddies. Keep in mind that a CP just might make the difference between life and death when pressed for fast, decisive and - more importantly yet - effective action. However, there are other, more obvious uses for a CP, which is why we highly recommend procuring one or more.

What else can I do with a Camouflage Passport?

Ah, now comes the really interesting part! Granted that one of the most frequent uses CPs are being employed for these days is "highly unofficial", it is nevertheless of great interest if you want to anonymize your banking assets. This can be quite critical in a world where the purported "Drug War" has led to an increasingly restrictive banking practice the whole world over. While border guards and consular officials are absolute pros when it comes to recognizing false foreign documents, bank employees usually aren't. Thus, if your name is "John Smith" and you have a CP from, say, British Honduras on the name "James Miller" and use it to identify yourself when setting up a new account with a foreign bank (never do it in the place where you are actually living or working!), you can insure total anonymity even if that country's banking laws do not permit of such a thing.

Because the bank will not be aware of your true identity, they cannot give you away even if they wanted to. (To make this point very clear: most banks, foreign or domestic, almost never actually want to - they are usually being forced by law or coerced by other means if they actually do tell on you. Nevertheless, this will hardly make any difference to you when caught in the mills of the administrative system. Moreover, you can never be sure when this is going to happen - most any time could be right, depending on the winds of change and current political developments - so "watch your ass", as the saying goes!)

Please keep in mind, though, that such a procedure is a criminal offense in most countries. Obviously, the document alone is not enough, you have to develop the bearing and behavior to go along with it. On the other hand, a banker's job consists primarily of relieving you of your money, so the risk of actually getting caught is pretty slim unless you botch the whole thing by not adhering to the standard advice of always keeping a low profile. Better to look and behave like an "average Joe" tourist or businessman from New Grenada than trying an amateurish spiel at being a VIP of international renown, unless you need that mask for some very serious reasons!

Are CPs legal?

Certainly, but a lot depends on how you use them. Possession is quite legal in most countries including the United States and Canada. They are commonly sold as novelty items and as long as you don't abuse them in an illegal manner, you will hardly get into any trouble.

However, don't ever try anything illegal like leaving or entering the country with a CP, never try it out in a traffic control, and most certainly don't ever try to honk it off to someone else as a genuine item!

Actually, the latter has happened occasionally here and there. We frown upon such a practice as it only makes life difficult for all bona fide people involved in using CPs in a discrete, unobtrusive manner where absolutely necessary, holding it in reserve for hard times i.e. emergencies. May you never actually need it - but may you never go unprepared, either!

Where can I get one ...

Easy. All you have to do is go to our How to Order page, fill it out and click ORDE. Once we receive you're order we'll email you the pay-in particulars for your chosen method of payment.

And how much will it cost me?

Easy, again. Your camouflage passport will come with two supplemental ID cards as a backup measure included for €uro 495 (+ €uro 45 courier shipping) Plus a Bonus: We will supply you with an additional two camouflage back up ID's.

Please read the IMPORTANT NOTICE below.

AN IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR OUR CUSTOMERS
(Effective Immediately)

Due to recent US governmental actions and insecure agencies, US customs has been opening and confiscating camouflage and other ID documents in spite of these products being novelty items and perfectly legal.

As a result, we no longer ship camouflage passports and other ID products direct to the USA or use the postal system. Therefore for *ALL* our North American friends you now MUST use a foreign address when ordering these type of products.

We have made arrangements with several reliable, privacy minded non-US mail drop operators to provide a one time, one off mail accepting and forwarding service that will accept your courier packet and immediately turn around and courier it off to you anywhere in the world. In other words we will ship your camouflage or ID order to a non US address, which in turn will forward it to you regardless where you're located.

Please add €uro 65 for this service, which includes the one time use of the non-US mail drop and the relayed courier charges, i.e. the cost of it being sent by courier to the mail drop, then the forwarding from the mail drop to you by courier a second time.

You will be provided with the name of the courier company and the tracking number once your product has been shipped. However we will no longer be responsible in the event customs confiscates this product or the order is 'lost' in transit. Therefore it is imperative that clear, concise and a detailed street address with phone number (for courier company use only), is provided in order to insure a safe and expedient delivery to you as ALL orders are F.O.B. and final!

We regret having to take this action and the added cost for our customers. However due to the recent climate in Amerika we refuse to ship these type of products direct to any united States [correct spelling] address any longer.

Thank you for your understanding.

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