Sorry but I will not touch the USA at all nor bring any business that way. It's simply to risky since you never know where it all will end.@clemens i would recommend USA. Banks there are well accepted all over the world and the USA is still not on the OECD watchlist. However it may be difficult to open a bank account there without visiting personally. However if you find a nice nominee/provider who is in the US every 1 or 2 months and does the opening process for you, you should have a nice setup.
A main benefit is their identity theft protection mechanisms which make it almost impossible for your nominee to take over your bank account if you changed all email, sms numbers and login details to the bank account. Because they notify you on all channels if the nominee starts a take over attempt and you can deny it. So remember to get a blanco purchase agreement from your offshore provider which you can sign in case you get notified if something bad is going on, so you can take over complete ownership at any given time.
You really want to use the search field on this forum or GoogleWhat's EMI?
Maybe you would enlighten us on which jurisdictions you know how it is going to end ... and maybe we could have a peek at the ending in those places?Sorry but I will not touch the USA at all nor bring any business that way. It's simply to risky since you never know where it all will end.
Could you please reccomend EMI bank for Seychelles company with possibility to open few virtual cards? Many EMIs (especially from England) don't open business account out of EU. Revolut would be prefect with its VCC, I'm even ready to open a EU offsore, but they require a real presencewith a Seychelles corp a bank in the SEPA area will be diffcult. You cold look into EMI's or Mauritius banks though.