So, I have US bank accounts at some of the major banks, but I am overseas and working with some guys and there's a local contact here opening Wells Fargo bank accounts for ACH withdrawal... But the odd thing is they're capable of opening 100s of them a week. 1000s even. And its almost instant (you Skype him, minutes later you have the account info.) The connections I have at banks (not Wells Fargo) could never open 100s and 100s of accounts a week, it would likely flag some sort of system...additionally, its not as easy as simply clicking a button online...I would need to contact the banks, have them set the accounts up, etc etc. So I am wondering if anyone has any input on how this is being done? For some of the older guys, his ability to do this REALLY quickly, and to generate TONS of accounts almost seems like what we were able to do on ING DIRECT several years ago...(which obviously doesn't work anymore.) Obviously my first assumption was Payoneer, but its not the solution they're using. This guy is able to open 100s really quickly...and obviously setting up 100s of Payoneer accounts would take WEEKS to receive the debit cards, US payment activation, etc. etc. Is there something I am missing here? My two thoughts: 1.) Does anyone have an existing Wells Fargo account? Can you open an online checking account REALLY easily online with a click of a button? Like what you were able to do with ING DIRECT years back? 2.) Is there some sort of Payoneer-type service I don't know about using Wells Fargo and greatly reducing the start-up/verification process?