Bank Account for Marshall Islands Company?

Bmw850

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@Nyep @Martin Everson
Interesting because i share with you , your 2 differents opinions.
A new member that post than can offer the impossible when we, let's say experienced users we cannot , it s sound like a future scam for non updated members here on how it works.
But i the second though, things can surprise us, i read a lot here that in a specific country we cannot open account without visiting nowdays. it s not my experience but i don't have to promote it , just sometimes things happen.
But @Emil Minshakirov you have to read rules, if you want to promote your business there is rules, it s not fair that CSP/Tax advisors pay for ads and you come for free. Secondly , at my opinion i don t trust "csp" that use the free way, it sounds like you seat in your home and try something. So when I ask you which bank for example, answer, it s our way to check if you legit, because even for free i will not open an account in Bulgaria.
 

Bmw850

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While my latest post is awaiting moderation I’ll reply to Bmw850 and agree that I rushed into this and didn’t get acquainted with rules of the forum concerning advertising, because I wanted to share our experience with approving an account in the above mentioned bank for a Seychelles company, that deals with organization of Safari-tours across the globe

Thus it should be of no issue to receive a pre-approval for similar jurisdictions with more finance/trade related activities

But a pre-approval is still a necessity
So we wait for your answers, Martin Everson asked you enough questions to check your legit ( we are all tired to see members crying because of being ripped off) But if you are legit , and can provide some new services here, so good luck . Again and it s another discussion, i will never put 1 euro in Bulgaria....
 

Nyep

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if you want to promote your business there is rules, it s not fair that CSP/Tax advisors pay for ads and you come for free
I think he's well within the rules. He replied to a relevant thread with a relevant potential solution. He does probably benefit from it, but I don't think there's a rule against that. He didn't spam or perform any hidden advertisement, as far as I understand those terms.

I believe the paying advertisers here are also free to do the same, and reply to any relevant topic offering their services, but they choose to be able to "spam" every thread using banners and create dedicated threads, and that's why they need to pay.
 

Bmw850

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I think he's well within the rules. He replied to a relevant thread with a relevant potential solution. He does probably benefit from it, but I don't think there's a rule against that. He didn't spam or perform any hidden advertisement, as far as I understand those terms.

I believe the paying advertisers here are also free to do the same, and reply to any relevant topic offering their services, but they choose to be able to "spam" every thread using banners and create dedicated threads, and that's why they need to pay.
You are right 100%. I explained my opinion before. But the way it has been done looked like a scam start up. If i m wrong , this guy will already receive my aplogizes.
In another way i hate the forums scammers, what can i do , i love the nice stories with 1 billion scam, less the ones for 2k euros ;)
 

Nyep

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Hmm, found this in the bottom of the rules thread, looks like it's stricter than normal: "If you want to advertise, sell, post your contact details or anything on this forum that is direct or indirect sales related you have to upgrade your account".

Pretty all encompassing. Still not sure where his posts stand with this in mind, since previously service providers have been allowed to speak here freely, sometimes even on dedicated threads (opened by others).
 

daxbr

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Ok....can you answer the basic questions below and prove me wrong please. I have no issues taking back what I have said about you and publicly apologizing to you if the below proves your legit. Good introducers are always needed but scammers or a man sat in a cyber cafe in Bangladesh on a computer with a yahoo email account don't prove to be very good choices for opening accounts :confused:. Why would anyone give "personal details" to open an account to a random person on the street? So the below needs answering and is the minimum due diligence anyone should conduct before dealing with you.

1. What is your company name?
2. Where is your company registered and operating from?
3. Who are the principals of that company?
4. Where are you personally based?
5. What bank do you work with in Bulgaria?
6. Can one verify with the bank you are an introducer?

I remind you of how you introduced yourself below and notice the "we" part.
It is only my personal opinion but you may just misunderstood the nature of his proposal. The documents he is requesting for pre-submission are not the ones you should be concerned to reveal info you particularily care about. The craftmanship is more important than its provenance.

If he has a chance to provide you with the info you want, a few hundred euros he is probably looking for is an acceptable risk to be taken by initial poster who already sunk 8k+ for his bearer shares.

Afterall having sepa account for M Island corp in the EU is a very good thing to have.
 

Martin Everson

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I am still waiting for his answers to my questions?

If he has a chance to provide you with the info you want, a few hundred euros he is probably looking for is an acceptable risk to be taken by initial poster who already sunk 8k+ for his bearer shares.
So its acceptable for OP to lose a few hundred euros to a Russian scammer? Ok that's his decision I guess.
 

Martin Everson

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In another way i hate the forums scammers, what can i do , i love the nice stories with 1 billion scam, less the ones for 2k euros ;)
If you like stories then checkout this Malian guy who swindled the Dubai Islamic bank out of $242m and is living happy ever after damn_(.

 

Nyep

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I am still waiting for his answers to my questions?
He did answer most of your questions. @Admin banned him and deleted his messages. Needless to say, I disagree with the ban decision. I think this forum is missing out due to the "anything on this forum that is direct or indirect sales related" ban policy. Seems like a money-grab move and not to the benefit of the forum, but what do I know...
 

Martin Everson

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He did answer most of your questions
He didn't. He answered only 1 of my 6 questions i.e question no. 5. Why do you say he answered most? Your defending him like you know something about him the rest of us don't know ca#"!.

I think this forum is missing out due to the "anything on this forum that is direct or indirect sales related" ban policy.
Missing out on having a Russian scammer.....ok :rolleyes:. He didn't bother to answer 5/6 of the important questions.

Trust me no one would have benefited from him claiming to deliver the impossible. He is probably the same guy (Hans Hoffman) on the below thread. Got banned and came back again....lol.

 

Bmw850

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I saw @Nyep . Even his answers sounds good without making any diligence from my side since i said a lot , that Bulgaria is a big NO.
Well i must say i feel a bit bad because my point was to check if he's legit or not, to avoid any possible scam, i didn't mean a ban. I will stay away and will keep my personal feeling for me next time
 

Martin Everson

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Well I guess we know now the forum rules on advertising in such a way. Perhaps if he is genuine then he will pay to advertise and everyone will get chance to use his services. However I still trust me spider-man senses on such persons and they have never failed me yet ange¤%&.

However too late to cross examine him...damn. :(
 

Bmw850

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@Bmw850 :Why would Bulgaria a big no for banking? ING operates there for example.
Wow you really felt on the bad discussion with me ;) .
First of all , i got several differents businesses. With this experience ( mine ) , i can categorize Bulgaria in my top 3 of the scam people . Sorry for Bulgarian people here, but it s a fact. I don't make a general rule but i will never sell nothing to this country.
ING?? First it s not the ING you know, it s a private bank that use the ING name. And in this case i have been really ripped by the ING Bulgaria ( 322k e) it was 4 years ago.
 

Suzy Emerald

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No offence. Just asking. I know Bulgaria is kind of rogue. ING in Bulgaria is part of the ING bank in the Netherlands.
 

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