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totofox60

New member
I have a company in Estonia and Cyprus and I live in Qatar.
I trade within Europe and SEPA is very important to me. Wise and Revolut won't open accounts for me. I discovered Wamo and couldn't find any sources on this site. What is your opinion?

Thanks in advance.
 

James Spader

Forum Moderator
Staff member
Okay, if you make one more post with this bank you have identify yourself as the owner of this service and will get banned! Let this be a friendly warning from a friendly Admin that is in good mood today. The weather is nice here, I enjoy business ;)
 

totofox60

New member
Okay, if you make one more post with this bank you have identify yourself as the owner of this service and will get banned! Let this be a friendly warning from a friendly Admin that is in good mood today. The weather is nice here, I enjoy business ;)

Hi James,
I did not understand what you said. I'm a new member because I couldn't find any information about it. I am writing for the first time. I do not understand.
 

Forester

Silver Member
I doubt that Wamo opens accounts to companies with non-(EEA / CH / Gibraltar) owners. But try to ask.
@James Spader: I must admit, I do not understand well, too :) Do you think that @totofox60 's intention is just to promote wamo??
 

Offshr

New member
I doubt that Wamo opens accounts to companies with non-(EEA / CH / Gibraltar) owners. But try to ask.
@James Spader: I must admit, I do not understand well, too :) Do you think that @totofox60 's intention is just to promote wamo??
I opened some accounts for Maltese companies with them. They open an account fairly quickly with minimum documents required. Only EEA beneficiaries are accepted.

The Internet banking is not bad, but they are still growing. They are quite new to the market. Can recommend as effective EMI solution but only for small amounts with which you are ready to risk in case everything went wrong.
 

totofox60

New member
I opened some accounts for Maltese companies with them. They open an account fairly quickly with minimum documents required. Only EEA beneficiaries are accepted.

The Internet banking is not bad, but they are still growing. They are quite new to the market. Can recommend as effective EMI solution but only for small amounts with which you are ready to risk in case everything went wrong.

thank you for feedback.
 
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