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March 15, 2018, 11:19:56 PM
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Shared IBAN (they can't be used with exchanges)

- https://www.monese.com - (only GBP now) - It isn't free now.
Monese gives you a personal GB IBAN now, not shared. It's 5€ a month (and first month free)

They also have a free plan now.

Time to update the list.
Ah, that's good to know! This is actually a great service for those interested in commerce and remittance with the UK. Now that this bank has broken the entry barrier to free GBP accounts I hope that more will follow the example they're setting. I'm sure this move of opening a free plan will bring on many more new customers to them! Smiley
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March 16, 2018, 03:58:23 PM
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Shared IBAN (they can't be used with exchanges)

- https://www.monese.com - (only GBP now) - It isn't free now.
Monese gives you a personal GB IBAN now, not shared. It's 5€ a month (and first month free)

They also have a free plan now.

Time to update the list.
Ah, that's good to know! This is actually a great service for those interested in commerce and remittance with the UK.
They provide both UK accounts and Euro/IBAN.
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March 16, 2018, 07:21:21 PM
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My Leupay.eu account has just been banned a few days ago. My volume is about under 40K EUR for the past few months but all of the outgoing transaction destined to Bitstamp. Despite not mentioning it in the terms, I can say definitely that they're not bitcoin friendly. Luckily, I already transferred out when the hammer came so there's only about 2 EUR left on that account. The request for higher limit may have something to do with the ban and the support has not been answering since the ban came. Going to try Mistertango next.

Thats too sad mate. Sad
Closing your account without providing any explanation beforehand is really worrying.
Also, were you given the option to withdraw or they just confiscate the funds?
Please clarify, did they you asked to provide more documents to increase the limits and you didn't comply?
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March 22, 2018, 11:21:00 AM
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My personal experience with N26 is quite negative.

Despite of number of negative feedbacks decided to give them a chancem since I wanted to open a business acoount for legal european Ltd, not for any crypto stuff. Verdict: quite unprofessional and moreover, since they do not folow their promises/advertisments on their own site - should probably be considered as scam.

So then my question: could anyone suggest another bank for free business account within EU (SEPA) that could be opened purely online?


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March 24, 2018, 04:08:28 PM
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Hi guys

Trying to make SEPA from Mistertango to Kraken. Dont know how to upload a scr shot here, but I get a field for "Recipient account", "ammount to send" (this one is obvious), and "reason for payment". And when I enter in "recipient address" Kraken's IBAN, I get 2 new fields - "recipient" (name,surname or company name), and "SWIFT code" (obviously for bic/swift code). And that's it, when I fill these, I have to press "send money". So I dont really enter all Kraken details, I dont specify anywehere that it's SEPA, just nothing, and before sending it warns me that minimal fee is 50 euro??? So where is that free SEPA transfer from Mistertango to Kraken? Thanks for any help, guys, will be really appreciated.

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March 24, 2018, 10:37:16 PM
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My personal experience with N26 is quite negative.

Despite of number of negative feedbacks decided to give them a chancem since I wanted to open a business acoount for legal european Ltd, not for any crypto stuff. Verdict: quite unprofessional and moreover, since they do not folow their promises/advertisments on their own site - should probably be considered as scam.

So then my question: could anyone suggest another bank for free business account within EU (SEPA) that could be opened purely online?

I suggest you try opening a Mistertango business account. You first need to download their app and when KYC-verified, you can either have a personal or a business account. For a business account you might need to submit some documents about the business's incorporation and the usual KYC requirements for corporate customers. I have a personal account so I can't really tell you much about their business account opening procedures.

Apply for the account and give us an update here. Hopefully it will be a more positive process compared to your N26 experience.

https://mistertango.com/en/

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March 25, 2018, 05:30:36 AM
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I believe (even if you live outside the EU) the best way is:

  • use lets say mistertango for withdrawals from bitcoin (could be done via their cryptoexchange, 1% fee direct from BTC to EUR conversion)
  • use direct SEPA transfer to Transferwise or Revolut or Monese or whatever suits you
  • withdraw money via Revolut/Transferwise/etc issued debit card wherever you want
  • profit

For lets say Transferwise your SEPA transfer between your own IBAN accounts (mistertango to tansferwise) will look legit and not causing red flags.

Of course its also a question of your transfer volumes.

If you'll try to process 50k euro via mistertango, the'll ask you about source of the money anyway. They have to, since its a financial institution.
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March 25, 2018, 06:35:52 PM
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My Leupay.eu account has just been banned a few days ago. My volume is about under 40K EUR for the past few months but all of the outgoing transaction destined to Bitstamp. Despite not mentioning it in the terms, I can say definitely that they're not bitcoin friendly. Luckily, I already transferred out when the hammer came so there's only about 2 EUR left on that account. The request for higher limit may have something to do with the ban and the support has not been answering since the ban came. Going to try Mistertango next.

Thats too sad mate. Sad
Closing your account without providing any explanation beforehand is really worrying.
Also, were you given the option to withdraw or they just confiscate the funds?
Please clarify, did they you asked to provide more documents to increase the limits and you didn't comply?


There were only 2 EUR left in the account as luckily I've just recently transferred to Bitstamp a few days before the closure. They asked for explanation of the funds and supporting documents, I provided transfer receipt from the bank and stated that it is for investment on Bitstamp. They sent the thread where they communicate with Satabank (their account provider) a few days after the closure  and a staff from there said

"Since the client confirmed that he is trading cryptocurrency, we need to terminate the account. Kindly request disposal instructions.
 
Thanks.
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Satabank p.l.c.
Aragon Business Centre.
Dragonara Road St Julians; STJ 3140; Malta.
Swift Code: STBAMTMT"
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March 25, 2018, 11:23:53 PM
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Hey, I have a personal account with Mistertango and have recently applied for a business account aswell. I have a crypto startup for BTC buying, how long before the business account gets activated?

It's been about 3-4 days since my submission
Please help
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March 26, 2018, 11:56:18 AM
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I suggest you try opening a Mistertango business account.

Thanks! Do they really have business accounts? I did not find anything about that on their website.
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March 27, 2018, 03:45:58 AM
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I suggest you try opening a Mistertango business account.

Thanks! Do they really have business accounts? I did not find anything about that on their website.

I have a personal account but there is an option on the settings page for opening a business account. You can open it on their app:


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March 27, 2018, 12:24:51 PM
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I suggest you try opening a Mistertango business account.

Thanks! Do they really have business accounts? I did not find anything about that on their website.

I have a personal account but there is an option on the settings page for opening a business account. You can open it on their app:



Thanks, I will try.
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March 30, 2018, 06:28:28 PM
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My Leupay.eu account has just been banned a few days ago. My volume is about under 40K EUR for the past few months but all of the outgoing transaction destined to Bitstamp. Despite not mentioning it in the terms, I can say definitely that they're not bitcoin friendly. Luckily, I already transferred out when the hammer came so there's only about 2 EUR left on that account. The request for higher limit may have something to do with the ban and the support has not been answering since the ban came. Going to try Mistertango next.

Thats too sad mate. Sad
Closing your account without providing any explanation beforehand is really worrying.
Also, were you given the option to withdraw or they just confiscate the funds?
Please clarify, did they you asked to provide more documents to increase the limits and you didn't comply?


There were only 2 EUR left in the account as luckily I've just recently transferred to Bitstamp a few days before the closure. They asked for explanation of the funds and supporting documents, I provided transfer receipt from the bank and stated that it is for investment on Bitstamp. They sent the thread where they communicate with Satabank (their account provider) a few days after the closure  and a staff from there said

"Since the client confirmed that he is trading cryptocurrency, we need to terminate the account. Kindly request disposal instructions.
 
Thanks.
Kind regards,


Satabank p.l.c.
Aragon Business Centre.
Dragonara Road St Julians; STJ 3140; Malta.
Swift Code: STBAMTMT"

Considering that Malta aspires to be a major crypto hub it's really strange that Leupay is throwing business away  Huh

https://www.newsbtc.com/press-releases/malta-best-track-become-blockchain-hub/
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April 04, 2018, 09:03:08 PM
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I suggest you try opening a Mistertango business account.

Not able to pass identification  Sad In fact, it does not even start: in capturing screen I place a doc requested within the frame - and nothing happens then. Farther, closer, lighter, darker - no effect.
Tried with two different phones (tough both are not quite recent, they have Android 4.4.4, otherwise the minimal requirements should be somehow precised).
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April 10, 2018, 09:38:37 AM
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yuropay.com
paymix.eu
transferwise.com
yourprospero.com


all are scammm

i lose 4k with yuropay and transferwise

yuropay say that they make the transfer to my bank accout and they say the transfer was been made but after 2 weeks still nothing.
Now they do not answer my questions .

SCAMMMMMMMMM!

see:
https://www.trustpilot.com/review/www.yuropay.com
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April 11, 2018, 04:29:58 PM
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Transferwise.com is not a scam, it's a reputed service working with bank(s). Located in different countries and backed by some serious VC, I don't see why they should start to scam people for some bucks. Usually, people complaining to tell the full story to readers. I am not going to buy your story unless you fully explain your case and as well post some evidences you got scammed.

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April 11, 2018, 05:58:25 PM
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Oh,god!This is extremely useful for me. A credible and suitable bank is really hard to find. Thank you very much!
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April 12, 2018, 06:38:28 PM
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Hi guys,

It will be cool if somebody knows a service similar to Revolut which actually blocked my acc and informed me that crypto trading is agains their TOS.

I am looking for a service where you can instantly "top-up" your funds from your credit cards and have options of private IBAN/acc for most of the currencies.

Best regards,
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April 14, 2018, 04:24:03 PM
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My Leupay.eu account has just been banned a few days ago. My volume is about under 40K EUR for the past few months but all of the outgoing transaction destined to Bitstamp. Despite not mentioning it in the terms, I can say definitely that they're not bitcoin friendly. Luckily, I already transferred out when the hammer came so there's only about 2 EUR left on that account. The request for higher limit may have something to do with the ban and the support has not been answering since the ban came. Going to try Mistertango next.

Thats too sad mate. Sad
Closing your account without providing any explanation beforehand is really worrying.
Also, were you given the option to withdraw or they just confiscate the funds?
Please clarify, did they you asked to provide more documents to increase the limits and you didn't comply?


There were only 2 EUR left in the account as luckily I've just recently transferred to Bitstamp a few days before the closure. They asked for explanation of the funds and supporting documents, I provided transfer receipt from the bank and stated that it is for investment on Bitstamp. They sent the thread where they communicate with Satabank (their account provider) a few days after the closure  and a staff from there said

"Since the client confirmed that he is trading cryptocurrency, we need to terminate the account. Kindly request disposal instructions.
 
Thanks.
Kind regards,


Satabank p.l.c.
Aragon Business Centre.
Dragonara Road St Julians; STJ 3140; Malta.
Swift Code: STBAMTMT"

Considering that Malta aspires to be a major crypto hub it's really strange that Leupay is throwing business away  Huh

https://www.newsbtc.com/press-releases/malta-best-track-become-blockchain-hub/

https://blog.leupay.eu/cryptocurrency-to-bank-account/

its really confusing, thoughts???
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April 14, 2018, 11:55:29 PM
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Indeed it is. That blog post of theirs is dated 29 March, 2018:
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This is where LeuPay comes in. Unlike many traditional banks with an old-world view of finance, LeuPay is embracing the currencies of tomorrow by granting customers the option to freely transfer money to and from crypto currency trading platforms today.
Perhaps they've changed their outlook towards crypto recently?
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