Citibank Canadanon-cooperative responce of citibank canada officials

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I visited Citibank Canada office located at 123 Front Street, downtown Toronto on September 8, 2008 (Monday). Actually, I had an appointment for this visit at 2:30 pm but reached there a bit late. Anyway, I met a lady officer Adele Ngamala on 17th Floor of the the office and enquired about the easiest way to open a US dollars account in Citibank Canada. To my astonishment, the procedure explained by the officer concerned was so complicated and her attitude was so client-offensive that I had to drop the idea of opening a simple US dollars account in the Citibank. Now, I would prefer to have such account in any other international bank but citibank.


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    efrhen Oct 08, 2008
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    Right now when you approach to open any bank account anywhere in the World you have to be prepared . when You walk into a bank or worse if you ever try to open an account over the mail they will treat you as a Suspect of terrorism, drug dealing, money laundering or worse Be prepared to be grilled like your are in youe nearest Police Precint for comitting some crime. be prepared to produce incredible amounts of information. Banking and Commercial references, utility bills, proof of income, two types of ID, Tax identification Number, Proof of Souce of Funds, tec, etc, to open an Account in a Foreign Country you are visiting and even your own Country

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