I'm also interested to know if anyone has opened one of these and any feedback that you might be able to share.Just bumping this. Has anyone managed to open an account for the debit card by pretending they are in another country. I have UK US NZ and Australian bank accounts and would find this card really useful.
Thank you for a quick response. The incoming USD are from the US so assume that would not be an issue.i have been using it to receive customer payments in my transferwise euro account.
For the EUR account the account name is mine only "Company name Pty Ltd"
For the USD one it originally was the same however now my account name has some tranferwise prefix on it which some of my customer's banks won't accept.
If they are paying my company, account name has to be only my company name.
incoming USD can only be accepted from certain countries so double check this before using it
I've just spent some time looking into this account in more detail and it seems as though Australians can open an account according to this page: TransferWise Help | Why can't I get a borderless account?.Oh, that's a strange drawback given that they offer an AUD account and Australians can use their normal money transfer service.
Thanks - I will look into that thenI've just spent some time looking into this account in more detail and it seems as though Australians can open an account according to this page: TransferWise Help | Why can't I get a borderless account?.
This page: TransferWise Help | Why can't I get USD account details?, confirms that Australian account holders can have a USD denominated account.
Agreed, my business has setup bordless accounts in EUr, GBP and USD and we've accepted payments into all of these, am an Austrlaian based business using Transferwise for the past 9months or so.I've had a borderless account for USD and EUR for the last 6-8months.
no issues and I'm based in Sydney.
tried a transfer from my citibank no forex account into my transfer-wise account without issues. since then been receiving multiple customer payments into it.