Offshore Bank Accounts

Offshore banking means placing money in a bank account that is not the same country as where you live. In South Africa you can take up to a maximum of R4 Million per year out the country and an extra R1 Million as a discretionary or spending allowance. Many people find Offshore Banking attractive as your funds are converted into another currency so when the Rand depreciates your money becomes more valuable here. Your funds can also be accessed when travelling to the foreign destination. Please note that transaction fees apply to these accounts, contact your bank for more information. To Apply for these accounts you need to be over the age of 18 and be in good standing with the South African Revenue Service as well as being able to meet the minimum opening deposit criteria.

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MAKGAMATHA 20-01-2017

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Can u give the student lone I will u after study get a job

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Can u give the student lone I will u after study get a job

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Study loan request for varsity fees for 2017

Huna 05-01-2017

ABSA - Unhappy 30yr loyal customer

1) Poor Service delivery to ABSA Private Bank Clients 2) Poor Exchange Rates for ABSA Private Bank Clients 3) As 30yr old customer ABSA has changed its focus on ABSA and not their customers as "cornerstone" of their business as set out in their code of conduct. 4) This customer urgently looking to bank elsewhere in 2017 HELP PLEASE!

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EmilioMorgan 19-12-2016

CAPITEC BANK - Pretty good

Like the simplicity for dealing with the bank when there is an issue.

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jowimasoga 12-12-2016

FNB - Think zuma's admin department do FNB too

Worst bank . They need to get all their branches on the same page with relation to what documents are accepted for verification & proofs.I was told this morning by a FNBKYC rep, that each branch has their own veriation and terms regarding type of acceptable documents. i had taken 3 different documents which are on the "list of acceptable documents" to be told at Long Street FNB Branch they would not accept them.

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Bxudhswhdv 18-11-2016

CAPITEC BANK - Great

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timp 18-11-2016

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