Choice Bank of Belize faces liquidity problems

KrsPeeva

Active Member
DOES ANYONE ON THIS FORUM GET PAID ANYTHING ?

NEW LIQUIDATOR ?????????? That's not good news, once again...........delaying and not paying !
 

Bogdan9000

Building Trust
Entrepreneur
i don t know if any FCP user got paid but i m sure is bad that they changed the liquidator . the process will need more time now.

this is all i got from them and it was 2 weeks ago . GOOD LUCK TO EVERYBODY AND PLEASE LET US KNOW IF U GOT PAID .

741
 

KrsPeeva

Active Member
Thanks ,
I haven't even received any answer from them in the last couple of months ...
I'll keep everyone posted
 

Alex a

New Member
They recognized my deposit in full but refuse to respond to my emails whether they have tried to wire the money or not. Up until now no money received. How much do we trust Central Bank? Unless they pay us the 53%+ second installment, who in their right mind will ever invest in Belize again? It’s the death of their financial market in the long run. If you can’t trust their govt central bank, it says a lot about the country. When a similar situation happened in the Dominican Republic years ago the government paid out every cent owing to depositors - even though there was no requirement to do so, because with long sight they recognized the confidence in the countries financial system depended on protecting investors. Perhaps we should call for the resignation of Joy Grant - the Governor of Central Bank and the Minister of Finance (and prime Minister... which is often a bad idea) Dean Barrow.
 

John L

Member
They posted an update on their website:


NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS–Update of First Partial Payout

The Liquidator of Choice Bank Limited would like to remind claimants to ensure that all relevant information issubmitted along with your Wire Transfer Information Form to avoid delays in processing the first partial payment.If you have submitted your information and have not received an email advising that your information is incomplete, your wire transfer will be processed within a two-week period from the date of receiptof complete information.However, whilewe continue to work diligently toprocess payments as quickly as possible, there are several reasons why the ordering bank may not process your wire transfer. One of the primary reasons is that the claimant is a resident of sanctioned jurisdiction and/or the wire instructions are to a sanctioned jurisdiction.Despite these challenges, we are aggressively seeking alternatives for sending funds as this remains our primary focus. We will keep all claimants updated through emails andour website.
 

Bogdan9000

Building Trust
Entrepreneur
ok . so they might ask for notarized passport so get ready . your id might not be enough .
also i read somethingthat some countries are on black list and can t get paid : Romania, Bulgaria, Latvia and many more .
 

camelush

Member
ok . so they might ask for notarized passport so get ready . your id might not be enough .
also i read somethingthat some countries are on black list and can t get paid : Romania, Bulgaria, Latvia and many more .
Hmmm,where you read that? Im romanian and why I should be on the blacklist? It was good and convenient when they used my money for fees and all? This is crap, they want make ppl quit or idk...1year and few months since all this shit start and no solution yet.
 
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