I noticed banks in Singapore only support a few residencies. For example, Canadian. What happens if you tell them you are a resident of Canada (if you previously were) but really live in another unsupported country?
I guess they are doing it for CRS? Or do they not want a high risk...
I was thinking, how does it work in this case?
Person A is the owner of the business. He resides in Cayman Islands. He comes to Germany and opens a bank account there. And registers payment processing under a German address. He hires Person B to manage the business.
Person B lives...
For example, I am on 2CO now, selling monthly subscriptions. I want to migrate to Stripe - am I allowed to 'turn off' 2CO's payment gateway, and continue to bill customers on a recurring basis through the old subscriptions and not have a public facing page?