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banking/law question

Discussion in 'Business, Careers & Education' started by globetrotter, Sep 26, 2010.

  1. globetrotter

    globetrotter Senior member

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    This is a very good reason to live in Colombia[​IMG]

    I hope your twins get a chance some time to visit Grandma in Colombia.

    It,s a very beautiful country. I don,t keep up with Colombia like Mexico, Z. Would you feel 100% safe taking your family there for a visit?


    we've gone several times, and will go again next summer. I find it perfectly safe for gringos, the people in danger are the afluent local people.

    more of the trouble is that I don't want to take all our vacations there. but it is a beutiful place
     
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    globetrotter Senior member

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    Sounds about right. Seems to be the bank's effort to comply with "Know Your Client" rules against money laundering.

    makes sense. I jsut don't want to get dragged into anything - I don't want to have to prove to anybody that we are clean, the cost of proving it would probrably be high.


    GQ - my wife is part of the jewish colomian community, and she moved to israel when she went to college.
     

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