Set up done in london.... but they didnt grant me a bank account...hsbc told me i have to be there personally for them to create a merchant bank account... so i guess an offshore isnt a good idea if u dnt atleast live in europe
well, im counting that having a uk offshore co. will show that im legit. but yeah being physically based in beirut is a risky game for them i guess.
Anyways regarding latvia and cyprus... are these banks safe? or should i worry about them taking my money and shutting down?
I intend to deal with Bulksms, similar to what Nexmo,Infobip and CLX do .
I am based in Beirut but my offshore company is based in london "created it with rapidformation
The emi's deal mainly with money transfers, something i dont want to do. The reason im interested in a merchant bank account...
the two banks on rapidformation website are barclays and lloyds... when reading online reviews on them , reviews were not that encouraging.
Can you please recommend a good bank for an ecommerce website for an offshore london based company
theres no charge backs, thats why i dont deal with paypal... i will only do credit cards.... and in the agreement i have prepared, theres a clause that mentions "i have it bolded and in a big font" that no charge backs are allowed.
ill be contacting all of these companies, just waiting to get my company incorporated.
my business will be selling voip calls minutes
2checkout and worldpay looks pretty professional ... worldpay has good rates .. so having my fingers crossed
still waiting for my company to get incorporated. but once done , my next step is to create a merchant bank account so i could add a credit card payment .
Any idea with what bank i should go? and what payment portal gateway should i use?
and given i live in lebanon will any of the above be a...
So finally , my company is being incorporated, the things they asked from me were out of this world, lol.
Anyways given that i live and Beirut/Lebanon and my company would be an offshore one, Could you guys please recommend what bank should i go with , as i need a merchant bank account to add a...