both Barclays and Lloyds are good banks, but their doors are closed for you if you are not UK residentthe two banks on rapidformation website are barclays and lloyds... when reading online reviews on them , reviews were not that encouraging.
Can you please recommend a good bank for an ecommerce website for an offshore london based company
both Barclays and Lloyds are good banks, but their doors are closed for you if you are not UK resident
If you want to find some advice here, you need to tell more about your business, countries of operation and your country of residence
anyway, EMIs (TransferWise, Paysera, MisterTango) shall accept your company in most cases
Well, many EMI-s are offering C2B solutions, but for those you would have to have PSP, AML policy, AML officer, etc....So, don't give up from EMI's, and the banks that you can try for EU are Makedonia, Georgia, etc. You got quite a low-risk business model...
what does spamming has to do with it... clearly you have no idea what youre talking about
Bulksms is not equal to spamming, but telecommunication services are treated as high risk anyway + UBO from Beirut seems to be risky too
Latvia and Cyprus banks may accept you
Also you can simply setup EMI account and some merchant account with PSP company
Anyways regarding latvia and cyprus... are these banks safe? or should i worry about them taking my money and shutting down?
most of them are legit, but everything changes too fast nowadays, both Cyprus and Latvia had problems in 2018; also, all EU banks have 100 000 EUR insurance
good banks do not accept offshore business in 2019
As Samuel already said, you can try with banks, but you should also try with a EMI's, have several if it's possible, not keeping money in one place, and open merchant account with the PSP....