Posted 06 April 2006 - 11:06 PM
Which bank do you prefer or refer?
With English online banking?
I just opened an account at HSBC and the online banking is in Spanish. The person who helped me didnt know so I opened it anyway, but now im really tickd off!
Also I am looking for a good reference of someone to asist me with Sole Proprietorship docs, and also info on Secretaria de Hacienda y credito publico(SHCP)(SAT)
Posted 06 April 2006 - 11:39 PM
Posted 07 April 2006 - 04:42 AM
So now Bank of America has SAFE SEND TO MEXICO which has no fees, you can send money from your checking account to anyone in mexico or yourself @ SAntander and a few other banks. So thats how I wire. NO FEES!
Well HSBC is a world bank I dont know why it has to be spanish especially online banking, this is really annoying right about now. But I sent in a complaint to the website, seems the guy at the branch was clueless himself.
Ive witnessed a few atitude problems at Banamex and Santander, so thats why I went to HSBC. lol but hope it works out maybe im missin the English link.
Posted 07 April 2006 - 06:00 PM
Something is wrong there. I get charged absolutely nothing - $0 - to use Santander ATMs.
I would advise looking into that.
Posted 08 April 2006 - 03:51 AM
Oh yea I guess im getting charged fees at BOA/Santander/BAnamex ATMS then! Thanks Ill check up on that.
Posted 08 April 2006 - 03:40 PM
Mexican banks are now foreign owned except for Banorte.
I'm guessing most the MX banks have web access, but I know for sure that one has an english version - Banamex.
Something that really DID impress me about one MX bank (Banamex on Revolution betw 9 & 10th) that even beats those in the US is there are chairs & numbered tickets so those waiting for a teller don't have to stand. Cool, huh ? 8)
Posted 08 April 2006 - 06:10 PM
The account has to be in your full name with an FM3.
THe only way to get the business bank account in a "business name" is to get a lawyer and incorporate etc, seems like a lenghty complicated process. Ideally I do need the business name instead of my full name.
My FM3 is only to live on your own expenses with no work permit.
However I went back down to INM and told them I wanted to start a business, and the process was rather easy to adjust the FM3 to business FM3. Just fill out 1 form @ $23/ COPIES OF FM3 AND PASSPORT and thats it! I get it in 3 weeks!
I might have to switch to Banamex for english online banking then if HSBC doesnt work out.
thanks for the info
Posted 11 April 2006 - 12:34 AM
Ok HSBC Mexico officially does not have online banking in English. I called International HSBC and they were more concerned than me, idiots! I chatted online live help, they said NO ENGLISH LOG IN.
I called all Banamex , nobody could help me since I spoke english, and I know when I go into the bank itself it will be the same!
Ok so if someone could find out for me some how....which bank has english online business banking????POR FAVOR?
SIGH~ YO QUIERO HABLO ESPANOL!!!!!!!!!
well I guess ill just have to translate the entire banking log in system@HSBC!
Posted 28 April 2006 - 05:17 PM
Finally got to the point. bunch of idiots! HOw can you be an executive and not know the services offered? :x
You people at the bank are clueless about your job! lolol
Posted 19 May 2006 - 07:05 PM
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