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U.S. Bank Account for
Non Residents - FAQ
By Enrique De Argaez,
Personal and business success in a
Global e-Economy many times require that you transfer money from
one place to another. This can become a problem for many people.
Here is a practical way to solve this situation.
After searching for a long time in the Internet, we have found a
safe and legal way to open a personal or a business bank account
in the United States. I am sure many readers have questions and
want additional information about this. Therefore I have prepared
the following answers to the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
about opening a US bank account for non residents.
However, these tools are really useful and free to use. So give
them a try. But before you begin, one word of WARNING.
Be careful, only use websites that you know you can trust. The
Internet beginner can get into trouble wandering around bad
websites, just like walking around in a Bad Neighborhood in the
real world. Be cautious and investigate before using any "free"
tool or program. They might contain spyware and adware hidden in
them. All the so called "free surfing acelerators" contain
U.S. Banking regulations, born during the post September 11th era,
have made it prohibitively difficult and expensive to provide this
service. We deeply regret this inconvenience. Alternatives are being
searched for and when available will be notified here.
In the mean time, please consider other money transfer posibilities.
That's all for now. New links will be added as we find and test,
so bookmark this article and come back frequently.
About the Author:
Enrique De Argaez is the webmaster of the "Internet World Stats" website. Since
2000 he has been collecting Internet Usage Statistics, and
publishing the data for over 233 countries and regions of the
world for free use by the academia, the global business community
and the general public. For more information on Internet World
Usage, please visit: http://www.InternetWorldStats.com