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Bank account

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by LiveNdi3InLA, Sep 14, 2013.

  1. LiveNdi3InLA

    LiveNdi3InLA Newbie

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    I need a bank account that does not require SSN to deposit money into. I'm from the United States and know about the patriot act. If anyone can help me with this I would really appreciate it. Thank you in advance.
     
  2. John.

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    Nice first post lol
     
  3. LiveNdi3InLA

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    Lol I was a member long time ago on this site. I remember this is where you come to get answers so I'm back.
     
  4. Riders On The Storm

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    no idea mate.. maybe someone else can help you
     
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    Welcome back!

    About your question: I wouldn't do that. Just get a SSN and do things the right way. We do black hat SEO not financial fraud.
     
  7. LiveNdi3InLA

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    No fraud. I tried the SNN route but most card companies hold the fund unless paperwork is shown. Also I have to pick up the cards from addresses which makes things much harder.
     
  8. hongdou

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    have you heard about general delivery.. that's one option. once you find a general mailbox get a mail forwarder service use that as your address and have them forward it to general delivery.

    Go on the social security website, apply for a ssn for a corporation. use the mail forwarder address.

    MAKE SURE YOU HAVE ID TO MATCH THE NAME ON THE GENERAL DELIVERY BOX. IF YOU REGISTER A CHEAP CORPORATION, BRING YOUR ARTICLE OF INCORPORATION WITH YOU.
     
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    lol..
     
  10. Alpha.

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    There are financial companies charging tens of thousands of dollars for answers to your kind of question... But you want it for free? Come on... seriously?
     
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    Bank of America extends accounts for non citizens (non SSN holders) I see no practical reasoning to do so if you ARE a citizen, but you wanted an answer, there it is.
     
  12. Asif WILSON Khan

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    Had an account since 2011, has made 14 posts, 11 of those on 13./09 and 3 today!
    Seems Legit.
     
  13. Savvy

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    If you're U.S. citizen or green card holder you have only one way to open bank account in USA and you know it.