banking irregularites

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Amgio: Me: letters in my UPS07310 mailbox after 13July should be considered imprisoned YOU: eye understand. Be sure you understand the most important part of my banking irregularities with disruptions caused by my time away and the SBI-personal-account closure. The SBI closure created a crisis, and I fixed it by opening an account at Capital One and the most recent remit to you was from Capital One. PROBLEM: Capital One does not allow remote remits aka I must present myself in one of the few Capital One branches and request the remit in person, so I began a search for an alternative. ICICI, Bank of Baroda, and Bank of India were considered, but none of them are short-term banking solutions, so I chose bankofamerica, and amen alleluia assalamu alaikum mazel tov I opened at bankofamerica yesterday and deposited the Optimal check. I expect it to clear mañana. Bankofamerica is a short-term solution, because I’ll get the company at an Indian bank when I return from Asia and Europe. Until then remits include: ONE: 35USD remit fee on this end TWO: an unfavorable exchange rate (similar to what you saw with capitalone) THREE: maybe a fee on your end. If a client is paying while I’m away he or she can deposit directly to bankofamerica with the account number I’ll provide by request, and from any laptop I can remit to India. Warning: I’ll be outside the US requesting a remit from the US to India, so a phone call and security check might be needed. Warning dos: the bankofamerica account I opened is a fee-bearing account unlike the established account Amromed has been using. I’ll close it before it generates fees. I’ll wait until I return, so it generates a monthly statement that will show the most-recent remit for company records. It will be easy to confuse the two capitalone accounts, so let me help you if you’re confused, ciao Tomas »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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About Tom Doody

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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