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Q: offshore account with debt card ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   0 Comments )
Subject: offshore account with debt card
Category: Business and Money > Finance
Asked by: bankinguy-ga
List Price: $90.00
Posted: 23 May 2003 17:30 PDT
Expires: 22 Jun 2003 17:30 PDT
Question ID: 207919
I really need your help guys.I need to find a place where i can easily
open a bank account with debit card.It must be offshore and it must be
online with  less paper works and identification stuff.If it works
with international customers than it s the best.

      THnk you very much

Request for Question Clarification by pafalafa-ga on 23 May 2003 18:08 PDT

I'd be happy to help you with this one, but it would be best if you
could give me a bit more information.  I can readily provide you with
links to at least five banks that (1) are on-line (2) are not based in
the United States (I'm guessing that is what you mean by "offshore")
(3) provide credit cards and/or debit cards and (4) require minimal
amount of identification and paperwork to set up.

For instance, one of the banks advertises:


International debit cards...allow you to make purchases in shops,
withdraw cash from ATM's anywhere in the world. The major advantages -
these cards are not costly to run and quite versatile. Ideally suited
to be used for payroll services and membership reward.
B E N E F I T S                     

--No references required;
--No credit check or income verification;
--Cards' transactions are not reported to credit bureaus;
--Existence and details of card account activities are not disclosed;
--Funds can be wired to the card via SWIFT or other wire transfer
--Funds can be accessed from anywhere in the world (over 500 000 ATM's
4,400,000 retail outlets).

R E Q U I R E M E N T S 
 Personal Debit Card: 
Notarized copy of currently valid passport or driver' license. 

Is that the type of bank you are looking for?  

Would five links be sufficient?  Do you have a preference for a
particular geographic location, or type of services offered?

Let me know a bit more detail about what you're after, so I can
provide you a focused answer.

Also, please bear in mind that I can only check on the performance and
credibility of banks in the U.S., but have no way of "fact checking"
the types of off-shore banks that you seek.  You must use them at your
own risk.

Clarification of Question by bankinguy-ga on 25 May 2003 08:08 PDT
yes ... that s is what i need.Ty
Subject: Re: offshore account with debt card
Answered By: pafalafa-ga on 25 May 2003 08:43 PDT
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Hello again Bankinguy-ga, and thanks for getting back to me.  

The Bank I mentioned in my earlier comment is Baltic One, and can be
found at the following link:

where you'll find the following description:

 Baltic ONE: $350  (the best)
- Internet banking   See HERE  a DEMO
- Using Digipass device for added security.
- Minimum ID requirements (notarized passport copy)
- A "not-so-obvious" offshore bank account
- NO monthly fees to maintain the account ! 
- NO bank or commercial references for the account holders ! 
- NO minimum balance to open the account !
- offshore bank account in the largest bank in "The Switzerland of
Northern Europe",
- the country soon to be full member of European Union.

International debit cards...allow you to make purchases in shops,
withdraw cash from ATM's anywhere in the world. The major advantages -
these cards are not costly to run and quite versatile. Ideally suited
to be used for payroll services and membership reward.


The links at the site will take you directly to an application page,
if you are interested


At the same site, there are also links to quite a number of other
offshore banks, almost all of which offer similar services for both
personal and corporate accounts, and can issue ATM cash and/or debit
cards.  These include:

Belize Bank Account...can open your bank account in Belize, at
Provident Bank & Trust Limited.

European offshore bank account in Hungary...No need to visit the bank
in person.

Personal or Corporate bank account with Investment account, brokerage
account...We work with an accredited lawyer in Geneva, who can
introduce customers to this exclusive bank, without the need of a
minimum deposit, which is quite high for Swiss banks.

UK:  TOP bank accounts for  your PERSONAL ACCOUNT at one of the
largest bank in the World...
We are accredited intermediaries to an offshore branch of this British
Bank which is one of the largest in the World and, as such, we are
able to facilitate the opening of a personal account for non-residents
of the United Kingdom...

HONG KONG:  Your Corporate Bank account at HSBC in Hong Kong...One of
the largest bank in the World

and so on...there are quite a number of other links to choose from as


In addition, there are many, many similar sites that offer access to
information on off-shore bank accounts.  I will list just a few of
them here, for your information: 

Unitrust Captial Corp. 

Access-Offshore Financial Services 

Carroll & Carroll 


And here's a large listing of off-shore banks, sortable by country:



As you can see, there's a lot of information out there.  I've selected
what appears to be some of the most valuable sites and services for
your consideration.  If you need **any more information at all**, just
let me know by posting a Clarification, and I'll be happy to assist
you further.

Best of luck in your ventures.
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