How to Open an Offshore Bank AccountNovember 29th, 2010 by The JetSetter Team | Comments Off on How to Open an Offshore Bank Account
kid yourself into thinking you have anything remotely approaching an â€œanonymousâ€ transaction within American borders. If Joe Citizen realized how easily they could lose everything to legal forfeiture laws, they’d be on the phone to Switzerland as fast as they could pick up the phone. Private property and financial assets can be taken on a basis as flimsy as hearsay information from an informant who stands to gain 25% of the seizure. Sounds like a broken system to us.
The good news is that it’s as easy to open an offshore bank account as it is to walk down the street to your local New World Order cover bank. Don’t let scammers and con men trick you into thinking you need to spend several thousand dollars for their â€œexpertiseâ€ to go about this financial maneuver. Keep in mind that the United States is not the only company with suspicious banking practices. Keep your funds out of Great Britain, Canada, Australia, Germany, Spain, Russia, Sweden, Mexico, and Norway. They all specialize in following Uncle Sam’s lead.
Remember that an offshore bank is just like any other business and always open to the prospect of new customers. While some might be more suitable to your needs than others, don’t expect to have doors slammed in your face because you don’t know the secret handshake. Simply ask for the â€œnew accountsâ€ department. Pretty tough, huh? Depending on the bank, as little as $100 can get you started.
When it comes to where to go to open your offshore account, the list of suitable countries is short – one actually, and that would be Switzerland. With over 400 separate banks (not branches), the Swiss have been taking care of the world’s finances with absolute discretion for centuries. Why go anywhere else?
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