Guatemala City, Guatemala (PressExposure) August 21, 2009 -- Since the 9/11 atrocity, changes in regulation mean that it is now much harder to open bank accounts, make purchases and deposit large amounts of money anonymously in many countries around the world.
Guatemala based Panama Legal is one of few law firms in the world who still offer this facility, taking advantage of Guatemalaâs more relaxed laws to provide complete privacy in financial affairs.
The firm is offering a new anonymous credit card [http://www.panamalaw.org/anonymous_master_card_and_visa.html?drgn=1] and anonymous debit card [http://www.panamalaw.org/anonymous_master_card_and_visa.html?drgn=1] service, which means that the bank issuing the cards does not know who owns the account and does not have any ID belonging to the account owner.
Panama Legal offers an anonymous Visa Card [http://www.panamalaw.org/anonymous_master_card_and_visa.html?drgn=1] or an anonymous Mastercard [http://www.panamalaw.org/anonymous_master_card_and_visa.html?drgn=1]. These are secured cards valid for four years and can be used to draw cash from ATMs, swiped in stores or used online up to $9500 per month.
The cards show the name of a corporation on them, meaning that the bank never knows the account holderâs real name. To open an account, Panama Legal requires a scan of the account holderâs driving licence and passport strictly for their files only.
Discounts are offered on purchases of multiple cards and one person can hold up to 10 cards with a daily combined limit of $10,000 per day.
All accounts are set up in Guatemala where new regulations imposed on tax havens do not apply. Guatemala has no Tax Sharing Agreements with any other nation, unlike other so-called tax havens, which does now recognise tax offences as criminal and has a Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty with the USA.
Panama Legal prides itself on its expertise and knowledge of the financial problems faced by corporations and individuals in their countries and uses its experience to find the ideal solution to protect their clientsâ assets.