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EdwarDuica

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Hello after Revolut temporarely blocked my account for security check for more then 10 days with my funds in it … i decided to look where i can open a offshore bank account ? with sepa transfer ? maybe multiple ibans if possible and vcc . bank witch is secured not scamm and blocking money asking stupid questions , share a banking list that is best to use ? please
 

JohnnyDoe

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Hello after Revolut temporarely blocked my account for security check for more then 10 days with my funds in it … i decided to look where i can open a offshore bank account ? with sepa transfer ? maybe multiple ibans if possible and vcc . bank witch is secured not scamm and blocking money asking stupid questions , share a banking list that is best to use ? please
Only in your dreams, unfortunately gru87¤¤
 

Amsterdam123

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In Serbia. Just a passport and a registration needed (you can get it from your hotel). No exchange of information with anyone.



I am Dutch and going there this summer to open account.
 

Silvio

Entrepreneur
In Serbia. Just a passport and a registration needed (you can get it from your hotel). No exchange of information with anyone.



I am Dutch and going there this summer to open account.
1. Many Serbian banks have issues with outgoing payments outside Serbia so make sure you get a EUR-denominated card
2. Some Serbian banks don't even have their own IBAN but use correspondent banks in Germany
3. I wouldn't put in Serbia any amount of money that I'm not prepared to never see again
 

Forester

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Wise, Paysera, ePayments, Mister Tango have you tried all of them?
1) The abovementioned are EMI's, not banks; and I would not recommend perhaps any of them (Wise sucks as well as Revolut and I do not like Lithuanian EMI's very much in general)
2) If bank (EU & personal account), try N26, Monzo or Aion
3) If EMI (EU & personal account), try Blackcatcard
P.S. But beware: @JohnnyDoe is right with the statement “No bank will not ask stupid questions and will not block your money eventually.”
 

mvstreet123

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1. Many Serbian banks have issues with outgoing payments outside Serbia so make sure you get a EUR-denominated card
2. Some Serbian banks don't even have their own IBAN but use correspondent banks in Germany
3. I wouldn't put in Serbia any amount of money that I'm not prepared to never see again
Absolute nonsense:mad:
to 1: there are ZERO problems to pay abroad Serbia with serbian Mastercard (connected with RDS account). Payments online and offline also in EURO and Dollar without problems
to 2: IBAN is mandatory also in Serbia - if you open account in Serbia (all banks) they will give you IBAN (RS....)
to 3: you trust more banks on strange island like Dominica or somewhere elsestupi#21? All big Serbian banks are branches of big international banks like Unicredit, Intesa Sanpaolo, Erste Bank, OTP....
 

Forester

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Absolute nonsense:mad:
to 1: there are ZERO problems to pay abroad Serbia with serbian Mastercard (connected with RDS account). Payments online and offline also in EURO and Dollar without problems
to 2: IBAN is mandatory also in Serbia - if you open account in Serbia (all banks) they will give you IBAN (RS....)
to 3: you trust more banks on strange island like Dominica or somewhere elsestupi#21? All big Serbian banks are branches of big international banks like Unicredit, Intesa Sanpaolo, Erste Bank, OTP....
You seem to be oriented in Serbian issues... :)
Could you please comment on this
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Serbia: you can open bank accounts as a non-resident but I wouldn't recommend it. It's always teetering on the edge of EU gray/blacklistings for its weak AML laws and lackluster enforcement. Expect a lot of questions for moving money in and out of Serbia.
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(@Sols' opinion, posted here
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Just my addendum: I would be afraid of questions from a bank outside of Serbia, not from a Serbian bank...
 

Amsterdam123

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I just booked my flight to Serbia to try to open a bank account there. I will be there from 1 July and will stay there as long as necessary. I don't know if I will be successful in opening an account but I will go around different banks just with my passport and hopefully a registration card from my hotel and see what happens. I can post here information if there is anyone interested.
 

Piano

Entrepreneur
I just booked my flight to Serbia to try to open a bank account there. I will be there from 1 July and will stay there as long as necessary. I don't know if I will be successful in opening an account but I will go around different banks just with my passport and hopefully a registration card from my hotel and see what happens. I can post here information if there is anyone interested.

yes, please let us know how the trip goes …AND the serbian ladies…
 

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