Enjoy the security and privacy of your own Swiss Classic Euro Bank
Account. We help to open your Swiss bank account for as low as EUR 129
You can open this account, if you live in:
Australia, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, Ireland,
Iceland, Italy, Japan, Canada, Luxemburg, New Zealand, Netherlands,
Norway, Austria, Portugal, Sweden, Spain, UK.
Opening of this account for foreign domiciled companies is not possible.
You can open your account in all major currencies, usually clients open
account in CHF (Switzerland Francs), EUR (United States Dollar) or EURO.
Minimum opening balance is CHF 1,000 or equivalent in other currency.
No monthly minimum balance require after
account is opened.
Your account will only be fully activated AFTER you fund your account
with this amount.
The maintenance charge/service fee of the account is FREE.
The bank has a SWIFT code to easily received money from all over the
The bank can also used IBAN for money transfer.
Online banking is available in English, German, French and Italian.
You can deposit foreign checks by mailing them directly to the bank. The
fee is CHF 5 per check.
Maestro ATM/Debit card is available. Each withdrawal fee is CHF 5. In
order to received the card, you will need to place a secured deposit
with the bank. The amount of the secured deposit is double your
preferred monthly withdrawal limit. For example, if you want to withdraw
maximum CHF 1,000 in a month, you will need to place a secured deposit
of CHF 1,000. This rule is common among Swiss banks towards foreign
customers (customers not from Switzerland). You can also shop offline
with your Maestro card and the fee is CHF 1.50 per transaction. The card
can not be used online. Card is applied after account is opened.
Visa and MasterCard credit cards are also available. They are
REAL credit cards like in the US or other countries and can be used
online and offline. The secured deposit for a credit card is CHF 10,000.
If you withdraw money with your credit card, the fee is 2.5% (minimum
CHF 10). Card is applied after account is opened.
Apostille required. Or Bank references instead.The
Bank will identify you through the use of a single page identification
form. The form will ask you for your personal information which include
your name, permanent address, date of birth and passport information.
After you fill up the form, you need to bring it to your local banker.
Your local banker will need to look at the information and compare it
with your original passport. He will then verified it by signing and
bank stamp on it. This completes the 'identification' process which is
required by the Swiss regulation before the bank can open an account for
you. If for any reason you do no wish to verify your identification form
through your local banker, you can verified it by getting notarization
and apostille. You may apostille documents at Ministry of Foreign
Bank will not accept applicants from Argentina,
Afghanistan, Balkans, Brazil, Bosnia Herzegovina, Colombia, Cook
Islands, Dominica, Egypt, Grenada, Gautemala, Indonesia, Israel, Iran,
Iraq, Kenya, Lebanon, Malaysia, Marshall Islands, Myanmar, Moldova,
Morocco, Nauru, Nigeria, Niue, Pakistan, Russia, St.Vincent,
Phillipines, Poland, Thailand, Ukraine, Vietnam, Yugoslavia.
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