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Martin Everson

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Works great until an exit tax is implemented, or strings-attached PIT regardless on non-residency status for x years if the new country has significantly lower rates.

There already exists an exit tax on individuals i.e Poland. Thats why I keep saying to people get out of EU while you still can....lol. Its not a joke I am saying. Exit Taxation came into EU end of last year for mostly companies. It will be refined over time to reach people with any kind of real wealth that want to up and leave just like in Poland.

I mean look at Schiff. He doesn't want to renounce and pay 40% of his net worth to Uncle Sam in exit tax so he keeps telling himself how great of a place Puerto Rico is for living. smi(&% smi(&%

Yes he did one of the best things he could for a US passport holder I guess to reduce taxes.

P.S Americans have not yet realized that Trump is not building a wall to keep foreigners out but to keep americans in when its crunch time.
 
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Edge

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I'd say the article is more about cyprus banks than epb ... But you chose to focus on epb as usual .. :D

I understand why you hate epb, but you keep ignoring something very important, infact the most important thing about epb, which is they don't accept US citizens as clients.

The biggest sin in any financial institution around the world is somehow or another enabling US citizens to avoid paying their taxes .. It's not terrorism, it's not money laundering, it's not drug money .. It's keeping money away from the US government ..
 

Martin Everson

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I'd say the article is more about cyprus banks than epb ... But you chose to focus on epb as usual .. :D

True

I understand why you hate epb, but you keep ignoring something very important, infact the most important thing about epb, which is they don't accept US citizens as clients.

Plenty of banks around the world don't accept US citizens. In fact I would say that's the norm. So I don't get why that's important conf/(%.

if I had a us passport i would spend all the time in the world to get rid of it ;)

I am grateful I never got that mark of the beast ;)
 

Martin Everson

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Well seems EPB got kicked out by Perth Mint as I mentioned it will do...lol rof/%.

 

VESTANON

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Well seems EPB got kicked out by Perth Mint as I mentioned it will do...lol rof/%.

Ahead of the curve As usual,...Warnings and signs come in trickles before the Boat completely sinkscig-:,
 

orangeye

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The Bank of Cyprus is the largest financial institution on the Mediterranean Island, which has long been considered a tax haven for Russian oligarchs.
If I'm not wrong, the Russians own their own bank in Cyprus, someone remember the name of that bank?
The Perth Mint signed the Bank of Cyprus up as a customer earlier this year despite the US State Department declaring the island a "major money laundering jurisdiction" and warning about its links to Russian organised crime.
The US State Department, okay alright! What about Delaware, Wyoming and New Mexico just to mention a few, what are theymoo%¤"
 

Martin Everson

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If I'm not wrong, the Russians own their own bank in Cyprus, someone remember the name of that bank?

They are the 18% shareholder of a Bank of Cyprus after the bail-in. I discussed it in this thread back in May 2019 conf/(%.

The US State Department, okay alright! What about Delaware, Wyoming and New Mexico just to mention a few, what are they

Want to argue with US about that? smi(&% It is an unfair world out there my friend.
 

4br

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There are a huge number of posts on Euro Pacific Bank, but since this is recent I will post this here. Advice for those who want to get out of the bank.

There support and operations are fairly sloppy, though they do get the job done eventually.

To get out of the bank you are best off making one test transfer, to make sure you have a working route out, and then one big transfer with all your funds.

I can confirm the route out to Transfer Wise's Belgium-based bank (EUR IBAN) works, but I would recommend checking it.

If you have a large sum of money Transfer Wise will ask for proof of origin for those funds and Euro Pacific have quite woeful statements to prove that. They don't produce any single document that lists the name of your entity, your address and the company who paid you.

You can export a list of all your transfer in which lists the source of funds, the value and the corresponding transaction id. That can then be cross-referenced with their e-statements which only list the transaction id and amount. The e-statements have the address.

I don't know what Transfer Wise took as proof of funds, as I sent them both the list of transactions and the e-statements; and I sent them all the wire forms from the company that sent me the money.

Euro Pacific also have individual wire reports, which can be found on the account history page. There are three small dots next to the transaction that link to who sent it, the amount and transaction Id. However this does not include any mention of your entity or address.

I had a Euro Pacific Bank account for over five years and many early transactions are missing and many others don't allow me to produce a transaction report, which essentially provides the incoming wire form.

So gather all the documentation you can before you transfer out. My transfer was verified within an hour of providing the documentation. If you have all that you should have your cash the same day your incoming wire hits.
 

Edge

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There are a huge number of posts on Euro Pacific Bank, but since this is recent I will post this here. Advice for those who want to get out of the bank.

There support and operations are fairly sloppy, though they do get the job done eventually.

To get out of the bank you are best off making one test transfer, to make sure you have a working route out, and then one big transfer with all your funds.

I can confirm the route out to Transfer Wise's Belgium-based bank (EUR IBAN) works, but I would recommend checking it.

If you have a large sum of money Transfer Wise will ask for proof of origin for those funds and Euro Pacific have quite woeful statements to prove that. They don't produce any single document that lists the name of your entity, your address and the company who paid you.

You can export a list of all your transfer in which lists the source of funds, the value and the corresponding transaction id. That can then be cross-referenced with their e-statements which only list the transaction id and amount. The e-statements have the address.

I don't know what Transfer Wise took as proof of funds, as I sent them both the list of transactions and the e-statements; and I sent them all the wire forms from the company that sent me the money.

Euro Pacific also have individual wire reports, which can be found on the account history page. There are three small dots next to the transaction that link to who sent it, the amount and transaction Id. However this does not include any mention of your entity or address.

I had a Euro Pacific Bank account for over five years and many early transactions are missing and many others don't allow me to produce a transaction report, which essentially provides the incoming wire form.

So gather all the documentation you can before you transfer out. My transfer was verified within an hour of providing the documentation. If you have all that you should have your cash the same day your incoming wire hits.

Thanks for the post ...

Yeah good idea to have all the documents ready before doing anything ... I'm just very nervous about Transferwise .. Too many "horror stories" around similar to paypal ..

Can you share more about your experience from the transferwise side of things ? once you get the transfers etc ?
 

4br

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Thanks for the post ...

Yeah good idea to have all the documents ready before doing anything ... I'm just very nervous about Transferwise .. Too many "horror stories" around similar to paypal ..

Can you share more about your experience from the transferwise side of things ? once you get the transfers etc ?


Nothing yet.

I am going to break the funds down across EMIs and them move it all out to crypto.
 

lavel

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Nothing yet.

I am going to break the funds down across EMIs and them move it all out to crypto.
People better take out their money now before it is to late, to break the amounts into smaller amounts may help some people until they read this thread and notice people fleeing from the bank.
 

Martin Everson

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I am shocked people have not yet run from EPB. You want to act like the captain of the Costa Concordia and not the Titanic when it comes to EPB i.e be one of the first to get the hell out.

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tacokai

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They are still around so it may take a long time before Euro Pacific Bank will close their doors if at all. Who knows it may be that they have good lawyers and can fight and win their case.

So far you don't hear much negative about this bank, sure they may not play by the rules, which bank does?
 

Martin Everson

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EPB is only bank I know that actively serves CRS evaders and shell offshore corps. That is there entire business model. They may keep afloat for a while but there s no future in that business model they promote.
 
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