The Bumper Book of Banks
THE BUMPER BOOK OF BANKS
Professional Offshore Secrets Revealed!
OFFSHORE ACCOUNT OPENING JUST BECAME MUCH EASIER!
SORRY OUT OF PRINTEver wondered why opening offshore bank accounts is such a complicated task? Like most things, it's easy when you know how - and who!
Now you can open your own offshore accounts directly with selected bankers who will warmly welcome your business.
- Save hundreds of dollars on international phone calls!
- Save hours of valuable time sifting through web pages!
- Save thousands in professional advisers' fees!
- No need to have bank brochures mailed directly to your home
- No need to discuss your private finances with intermediaries.
Bumper Book of Bank Applications. Well over a hundred pages packed with bank application forms and instructions ready for you to photocopy and use instantly. Here are a few of the accounts you can open:
- Offshore checking accounts (plain vanilla banking)
- Credit cards from offshore banks-no references
- Anonymize yourself with this info
- Anonymous Internet accounts
- Online trading accounts
- European Union nonresident accounts
- Multi-currency transit accounts
- Private Banking accounts
and more! Remember, in each case you deal directly with the source. The publishers have scoured the web and the international press so you don't have to. No fees are payable except the usual bank fees. This can save you thousands of dollars in fees for "bank introductions" and the like.
A full information table so you can see at a glance where references, ID documents, notarizations etc. are required…. and where they are not required!!!
The Bumper Book of Bank Applications covers prestige jurisdictions like Austria, Luxembourg and Switzerland, through to more remote havens such as St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Three separate banks from the up-and-coming haven of Latvia are included, together with recommendations and background information.
Although the book contains only applications for personal accounts, information is also contained on how to open corporate bank accounts at many of these banks.