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How To Open And Access An Offshore Bank Account

The basics of opening an offshore bank account are similar to opening a bank account in your home country. Offshore banks will ask for your personal information, such as your name, date of birth, address, citizenship and occupation.

To verify your personal information, you can expect to submit a copy of your passport, driver's license or other identifying documents issued by a governmental agency. Additionally, banks are concerned with verifying your residence or physical address since this may affect taxation issues. This requirement may be satisfied by presenting a utility bill or similar documents.

Due to the wide range of different identification documents that may be presented to offshore banks, additional assurance of a document's authenticity is often required. A notarized copy of certain documents may suffice in some cases. Other offshore centers prefer an "apostilles" stamp, which is a special type of certification mark that is used internationally. Where this is the case, you will need to visit the government office that is authorized to issue this stamp for your state or nation.

Additional Verification Documents

 

In offshore banking, there are often considerable additional requirements to open the account to which you may not be accustomed. These requirements are in place to discourage money laundering, tax fraud or other illegal activities that are often associated with offshore banking.

First, offshore banks may ask for financial reference documents from your current bank, indicating average balances and a "satisfactory relationship." Most commonly, this is satisfied by bank statements for the last six to 12 months.

Second, many offshore banks ask about the nature of transactions expected to take place through the account. This may seem overly intrusive, but offshore banking centers have been under increasing pressure to stop illegal activity. For this purpose, many offshore banks want additional documentation, noting from where the money you are depositing in the bank is coming.

If your funds are from job income, a wage slip from your employer will likely suffice. To verify your investment income, an offshore bank may ask for information about your investments and where they are held.


If you have significant funds from a business or real estate transaction, you may need to provide sales contracts or other relevant documents. If you are depositing funds from an insurance contract, you may need to provide a letter from your insurance company. If your money comes from inheritance, they may ask for a letter from the executor of the estate testifying to this effect.
 

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Once the payment is confirmed, you will receive two emails :

E-mail with payment receipt. And another email from us in which we will ask for personal information  for whom/which an account will be opened. 

Once we will receive your answer, we will pass the information to the Bank

This is where our service ends. As further communications about your account will occur directly between you and the bank. We will NOT have access to your banking information in any case, so we can't inform you about the state of your application.

You will receive an opening kit from the bank in one or two weeks, depending on where you live.

   

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We offer a 100% money back guarantee. In case the Bank rejects your application you ought to immediately informed to us and we will issue a refund if we will be unable to resolve the problem.

 

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