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Who heres would need anonymous bank accounts?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by cashsalute, Jan 9, 2008.

  1. cashsalute

    cashsalute BANNED BANNED

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    I can get anonymous bank accounts for paypal verification in the usa, just wondering if anyone here would be in need of such a product before I buy a space on b/s/t
     
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    I think we could all use anonymous accounts, for various reasons, some I've experienced.

    >Buyer on ebay pays with paypal, claims item not recieved, PP agrees and issues a refund on your behalf. Having the throwaway account would cause me not to care.

    >Paypal accounts can generally freeze for up to 6 months for no reason and take back the last withdrawl you made, again, would not matter if the throwaway account wasn't there anymore.

    >Maybe I want to keep my money for myself and away from the eyes of the world, even if you don't have massive defaulted debt you could be a lawsuit risk. Think that crooked attorney can't locate, threaten and freeze your account thru the courts for frivilous lawsuits? Think again.

    >Maybe you have a nosy wife/husband you may not keep

    >Lastly, for me, I just don't feel the need to even keep my money in the bank sometimes, liquid capital other than a safety net to me is opportunity cost lost, but if I had to other than for the purpose of cashing checks I would prefer an anonymous account.

    Which countries are these in btw?
     
  3. portillo

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    Dont mean to be a pessimist, but there is no such thing as an anonymous bank account unless its swiss and its numbered, and even then that person has several million dollars. I would stay away from these types of products because they always seem to make the impression that you are scamming or some other illegal activity. Thats not what this forum is about
     
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    I have 2 swiss (example) LOL numbered accounts with a great bit of cash in both :) But my reasons are slightly not for scamming or illegal its just so i dont get taxed more than i should lmao
     
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    Just google swiss bank account or offshore numbered accounts, who should open one? Someone who makes atleast £200k - £1mil+ a year, and doesnt want to pay taxes, how to setup?
    Most let you open one up with a min of £5000 deposit around 10kusd, but theres some smaller accounts can be opened for just about $100 but these suck and youll max them out in no time if you earn well.

    For the average person i would see no need for one.

    Who = big earners, scam artists, just people who want too.

    What = eh read the title lol

    when = you can have one up and running in 24hrs, depends how serious you want one, all can be phoned and explained or read about more in detail on there websites.

    where = doesnt swiss give it away ?
     
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    swiss bank accounts are no longer the most anonymous form of banking since 2001 they have tightened up there laws & regulations, as well as succumbed a little to pressure from the eu to not allow member states citizens tax free banking. cayman's are more anonymous than swiss accounts
     
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    Dude!

    Feller-Me-Lad, I do not fucking believe that you wrote that!

    If you do have Swiss accounts and your avatar is really you, Inland Revenue just nailed your ass with face recognition technology!

    There are better places to have SECURE and TRULY ANONYMOUS bank accounts than in Die Schweiz!


    The Gnomes of Zurich are like cur bitches in heat and will ROLL OVER for whatever law enforcement agency threatens them!

    Die Schweinhundten have been so for years!

    IMMER SO!

    Besides, WHYINTHEFUCK would you tell ANYONE where you have offshore accounts?

    Dude!

    ARRRGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    YOU are fucking buying when we get together if the TAXMAN has left you with anything!

    LOL!
     
  8. HaRRo

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    LOL uptownbulker, they may have super duper face recognition software, anyways swiss could have just been an example ;)

    Anyways they would be very clever to actually find anyones accounts, the Inland revenue are a bunch of retards anyway.

    And numbered accounts are not easily found, they can be opened under a number of ways and not inlcluding anyones names.

    Conclusion, i think you get a £1000 fine if you fuck with your taxes anyway, then you pay a small amount, so its worth not paying your full taxes :D

    (Well in the UK anyway)
     
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    Si, Senor!
     
  10. clopper

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    I do recall the US in the name of the war on drugs pilfering through shredded documents in the dumpsters behind the banks in the 80's. Swiss Banks being the example.
     
  11. MaestroDelWeb

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    Just a warning be careful buying bank accounts off of anyone. I've heard of people selling this service than all of a sudden the person that bought the account has a decent amount in the account and the person selling the accounts decides to start making withdrawals. Just a warning. There are a lot of legit companies that do this service for you in several countries. A search on google will find you some of these companies and once you find the companies or banks search again to see what other's say.
     
  12. The OA

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    Most of the banks (I stress most) are all getting in line with the US AML (Anti-Money Laundering Laws...another ass fart from the US Patriot Act) and cooperating with the OFCC (Foreign Currency Control blah). C*yman are a bit more safer nowadays, there are also some great ones in a very ** warm ** place south of the mediterranean. (hint).

    Just my .02 pesos.
     
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    they are making it more difficult but the drug and money laundering trade will never ever go away. Unless every transaction is checked there is 0% chance of stopping it and even if they do check every transaction it will be a lot of time and detective work, they could profile but some people might cry foul...
     
  14. Nancy

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    Now every banker and teller in the US is working for the govt and doing their work for them. A friend of mine was sending me a very small gift every month. She lives in the US and I overseas. The banker contacted authorities who contacted her to question her about money laundering.
     
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    sometimes they check recurring transactions, usually things like this are small and recurring so as fly under the 10,000 dollar rule. Remember Scarface? I think businesses are the best for money laundering, except I'd say items like diamonds being bought from overseas and certain counrties could pull this off better.
     
  16. BuzzKill

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    uptown bulker I like you more and more with every post.

    We (company I worked for) used to do a lot of banking in Barbados. Costa Rica has some options as well. More important that offshore accounts is setting up a veiled company system that spans countries, when they get through one they find the door of another one. This was several years ago and the patriot act has changed offshore banking quite a bit. Google some current resources for expat's. There are many companies that will assist you in this, but I think that most people with that much money are aware of these kinds of things. I personally don't fall into that category but working so long in the adult biz I rubbed elbows with quite a few people that did.

    I have to wonder if talking about things like burying money which translates into tax fraud which they love to tie to terrorism is not the best thing to talk about here, might bring unwanted and undeserved attention from those who have the resources to find out whatever they want. I even regret my post about the online cigarette business.
     
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    everything is tied to terrorism i think, too bad that is what this country was founded on.
     
  18. joepro00

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    any info about these accounts send me. And much respect for all safe info.