Caye International Bank Review

We set up a corporate bank account under the impression that this was a legitimate bank. | The first tipoff that made us suspicious was the rinky-dink online account banking software. It could not be more outdated or less functional. | In late October/November 2018 we were informed without prior notice that the bank no longer had a correspondent bank and could not receive wire transfers nor could it send wire transfers out (i.e. you can’t use your funds). Apparently, the correspondent they used previously, which was a no-name bank, dumped them without notice for one reason or another which in itself is quite suspicious. You have to ask yourself, why would this happen ‘without notice’? That’s not normal in the business world. | They informed us that it would be resolved in less than 30 days, then being in mid-December 2018, if not earlier. They then tried to convince us that they had a new correspondent bank when in fact it was a lie. All they had done was to open a corporate account with a currency exchange operation which in the end was not functional and it exposed what a rinky-dink operation this is. They lied and the problem was not resolved. We still had no access to our funds. | We made numerous polite and professional calls to see what was happening and our calls would be ignored and never returned by the party in charge, who not surprisingly was never available when we called. Great customer service! | The latest BS is that they have a new correspondent bank in the US (another no-name bank in Wyoming) and our wire request is ‘top priority’! That was end of February and since then there has been ‘no action’ and ‘no communications’ | Caye Bank puts itself out as a ‘Bank’ which is a ‘Service’ industry. They are not a bank. They are NOT a member of SWIFT, they have NO correspondent bank, and they don’t provide any ‘Service’. | Buyer Beware!

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Name: Caye International Bank

Country: Belize

State:

City: San Pedro

Address: Coconut Dr

Phone: 501 226-2388

Website: www.cayebank.bz/

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