Where can I get information about the reliability of the bank
When choosing a servicing bank, potential clients first of all pay attention to the following factors: availability of the whole range of products and services they need and attractiveness of…

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Swiss accounts: how to open a Swiss bank account?
Swiss accounts are recognized as one of the most reliable and respected in the world. The richest and most famous people of the world keep their money in Switzerland. However,…

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Brunei Offshore: Will Brunei offshore jurisdiction suit you?
Offshore Brunei - a tiny state that bites into the territory of Malaysia and wins not only a place under the sun, but also millions of investments. The country has…

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The best client of a law firm is a regular partner.
Since each of the cases handled by law firms has a number of its own specific nuances, there is no unambiguous list of criteria that should guide the selection of…

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money circulation

Types of bank card fraud

A lot of citizens today have a bank card – debit or credit, or both. However, bank cards are a fairly new phenomenon in Russian reality, and one hundred percent protection against stealing money from them has not yet been invented. Banks are constantly complicating the protection of cards, but fraudsters, in turn, come up with how to get around it. If you are a holder of a bank card, then it is useful for you to find out about the types of bank card fraud in order to protect yourself from trouble. Continue reading

Bill circulation in the bank

Bill circulation exists in the economic life of various countries for several centuries. During this time, considerable experience has been gained in the use of bills of exchange; there are various versions of these securities.
None of the instruments of the financial market, except, of course, the money itself, in all the numerous manifestations of their economic functions, can be compared in its history and value with a bill. It was the development of circulation of bills of exchange that depreciated all cash payments: the displacement of metals – gold and silver from money circulation, the replacement of exchange circulation equivalents with paper symbols. Continue reading