They will ask you to where to send the money once they finished investigating the your case.
forget transferwise, far too difficult if you don't have a degree in philosophy or any dead language like latin... simply try yourself, open an account and try to move a minimal amount onto your account using their "transfer coordinates"... simply impossibleI know many people who had their business account with Transferwise closed in the same way that you describe here last week.
All account were opened by a US LLC
- They do not warn you
- They don't answer any email or call (only automated answers)
- They do not want to disclose why they closed the account
What the fuck is this garbage lmao? Stop exaggerating my man. I don't think I've been here enough in this forum but Seriously what is this? I've been using Transferwise for 3 years and never had a single issue with them (maybe a few tickets here and there but that's it) Either you are doing something illegal or you are doing something illegal there is no in between.forget transferwise, far too difficult if you don't have a degree in philosophy or any dead language like latin... simply try yourself, open an account and try to move a minimal amount onto your account using their "transfer coordinates"... simply impossible
at least they wired back the 100 swiss franks we transferred correctly, thanks for that
what did you shows them as proof of funds?I wouldn’t use Revolut either.
I have only used it for private purposes and they froze my money for almost two weeks because they wanted to see the source of the funds. There’s no way to call or email them, you can only contact them through the mobile app chat where you will be talking to people who probably work on €3 an hour, i.e. not really smart or competent people.
I didn’t need the money urgently. In the end, the funds were released and my limit increased. But I wouldn’t want to do business with a company like that.