yes otherwise you will give him the power to do whatever he want's including taking your money!
sure they can if you opened a real bank account. There are no limits, however, as some said in this thread already, pay attention to the security of banks in Georgia it's not always safe to leave money there!
Hello,I would like to thank @lavel and @Zyncol for their recommendation.
So, I am pretty close to resolve my issue.
I had a phone call with @Jonny Cage. Very helpful and knowledgeable guy, I totally recommend him as well.
He confirmed that its a common practice for TBC bank (had several call with them as well) to use the agent that brings PoA, as an authorized person (e-banking user) until expiration date of PoA. After that they need directors to visit a branch. Pretty useless.
Now preparing a new PoA.
So its fair to say that the agency above are not scammers. For sure. They didn't try to cheat me.
Let's not judge them because of crap images.
Will keep you posted about final results.
Hello,Sad to say so, but this Whois Lookup Captcha explains a lot to me. The website is almost brand new, looking at the frontpage Incorporation / Company Formation Services in Georgia - inc.ge
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I see all 6 images are simple copy / paste from another company that went out of business for some time ago.
I would pay attention to not to put any money on this account and simply get rid of it.
Get in touch with the guys here https://www.offshorecorptalk.com/resources/pb-services-georgia.237/ they know what they do, a rep from this firm is also available here @Jonny Cage he may be able to help you out.
Feel sorry for you, how much did you pay for it?
Why would you ask him to do that? You came here explained your case, could be better, but you tried, and good is. You get free advertising this way. Normally people are nore allowed to advertise on this forum without mentor group gold, they get banned quickly.herefore please could you delete your post.
I am a representative of company INC.GE.
We are one of the very experienced and professional team that have helped many small and large companies and individuals to start and run business in Georgia with confidence, and therefore please could you delete your post.
If you have any questions, I am ready to answer.
Haha ha you are going to get fucked.Hi folks,
I created a company in Georgia recently for software development activities.
Everything went well and a few days ago my agent was able to open 2 bank accounts (TBC & BoG) with the Power of Attorney. (Remotely)
I haven't use banks yet.
But, there is something strange with the names in the bank.
Instead of the names of beneficial owners (myself), there is the name of the agent (e-banking). Even on the visa debit card!!
Is it normal?
Agent claims it is normal, as he did the process through the PoA, signed etc...
I had a call with TBC bank, they said its usual for PoA cases, but it doesn't make sense. I thought that PoA was to act for another person only for the context of opening.
I can't use a bank or a card with another person's name!
Any of you with a similar experience? Any idea why is that?
Thanks in advance.
Why would you ask him to do that? You came here explained your case, could be better, but you tried, and good is. You get free advertising this way. Normally people are nore allowed to advertise on this forum without mentor group gold, they get banned quickly.
You should spend time on your replies, if people see a reasonable argument they will buy it.
Welcome to the forum.
Unfortunately we cannot delete someones personal opinion on your company just because you don't agree with it. If there is something specific you do not agree with then feel free to point it out.
Lotsa ‘service providers’ were promoting Georgia to people who had no plans to develop economic substance in Georgia. From my experience, Georgia banks are a bit unusual and often need a face to face visit to get anything resolved. First question TBC always ask me when they ring me is “Do I live in Georgia and am I currently in Georgia”. i would never recommend a georgian bank for a non-resident unless they were able to come to Georgia for face to face meetings at the bank to solve issues as they arise.