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After September 11 and the laws promulgated in the US Patriot Act, opening a US Bank Account as a non-US resident became almost impossible. Here you have found a simple solution for non-US residents to easily open a US Bank Account.

 

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Only available USA investment or brokerage bank account for European residents.

 

 

 

Brokerage Bank account only for Europeans
 

¡Check all your Benefits!

  • Get your account in 7 days... or less
  • Transfer funds from Paypal, Stormpay, 2CO.... for free
     
    Please note: there is no ATM card or check book available for the moment with this account.

 

Deposit checks.- You can deposit checks issued by a US Bank. Just fill the deposit slips (you can ask them for free), endorse the back of the check and mail them to the bank address.

Wire money in and out.- You can wire money in your US Bank account for no charge. You can also make wire transfer out of your account for a US$25 fee (For your security you will need to send an authorization letter to the bank for wire money out)

Transfer funds from Paypal.- I have personally use this account to transfer my funds form Paypal, Stormpay and 2Checkout. You will receive the instructions on how to set up your account to make transfer using this services or any other service that accept ACH transfers.

Easy and secure.- You can confirma all the information with the bank the next minute you'll get the information. Just send them two forms (included) and a plain copy of your passport. There's no need to certified the copy.

No SSN. No US Address.- Because this account is for non-residents, so you will NOT need SSN, or us address, not even your local tax number.

Just with your passport.- You can use your passport and your home address.

Fantastic On line Banking.- The bank provides a GREAT on line banking service, so you can check your account when you want it, werever you are. You can also order new checks, deposit slips or make transfers.

No account minimums.- After you send your initial deposit, you can keep your account with any ammount you want.

No fees for 12 months.- You wil pay no fees for your first 12 months. After that you pay US$40 every 3 months unless your keep US$1000 deposits every month or US$10000 as a minimum balance.

Excelent Bank Rating.- This bank is one of the most respected banks GLOBALLY. It's listed in the New York Stocks Exchange and has more than US$7billions in capitals.
 

Accounts can not be opened for people from these countries: Latin, central and South America, ie: Argentina, Brasil, Venezuela, Peru, Chile, Colombia. Neither Canada, Liberia, Sierra Leone, North Korea, Cuba, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Sudan, the UNITA faction in Angola, Syria and Burma (Myanmar).  

 

What is a brokerage account? The first step to building your portfolio is to open a brokerage account. These accounts allow you to purchase stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and other investments by paying professionals to buy or sell the items you tell them to. The fee you pay them is called a "commission", and can range from as low as $5 to $10 dollars, to upwards of several hundred dollars. The price difference arises when you choose between either a discount or traditional broker. Traditional brokerages provide a wider range of services, and have the price tag to match.
 

Only available USA investment or brokerage bank account for European residents.

 

 

 

OPEN YOUR USA BANK ACCOUNT, NOW only EUR 129!

 

You will receive the exact instructions to learn how to open your US Bank Account, plus the applications forms if required.

 

We guarantee your account will be opened successfully, or we'll fully refund your money.

 

 

 

Differences Between Offshore Bank Accounts and Offshore Brokerage Accounts

 

 

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