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Online Polish banking (in English)

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SeanBM Threads: 48
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  ♂ Edited by: SeanBM  Jan 25, 2011, 04:24pm  #

Which banks in Poland have online banking in English?

Mbank don't.



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A mate of mine needs internet banking for Poland but doesn't speak a word of Polish and I am not going to translate every time he wants to do something ;)



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 Photos: 4   ♂ Jan 25, 2011, 04:28pm  #

BZWBK "Bank Zachodni" definitely does.

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  ♂ Jan 25, 2011, 04:29pm  #

Millenium http://www.milenet.pl/en/individuals/


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  ♂ Jan 25, 2011, 04:29pm  #

Citibank's website can be completely in English (and so can their telephone banking, plus they always have English-speaking staff available).


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  ♂ Jan 25, 2011, 04:49pm  #

And ING does English as well.

https://ssl.bsk.com.pl/bskonl/login.html


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  ♂ Jan 25, 2011, 04:50pm  #

HSBC , link here


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  ♂ Jan 25, 2011, 06:51pm  #

Thank you all very much.


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  ♂ Jan 25, 2011, 06:58pm  #

I will be opening up a bank account in the next week or so. I currently have a bank account with Bank of America in the US (since they are part of the global alliance for atms... which has come in use multiple times). If I open an account here with Citi or HSBC, will I be able to use this bank account for przelewy from my job in Poland?

If so, I'd rather take care of the account here rather than in Poland.


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  ♂ Jan 25, 2011, 07:55pm  #

SeanBM:
A mate of mine needs internet banking for Poland but doesn't speak a word of Polish


Screw him. There's no excuse for that.


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  ♂ Jan 25, 2011, 10:02pm  #

If you just use Google Chrome as a browser it has an automatic translator on it, way faster than that sh*te Firefox/IE


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  ♂ Jan 25, 2011, 11:37pm  #

Alior Bank. Website in Polish and English and setting up my account was done in less than 30mins. Everytime i've needed something done staff have been more than helpful and made life easy.


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  ♂ Jan 26, 2011, 12:19am  #

Alior are good, but I prefer Nordea. They have an English version of their website and are generally cheap and efficient.


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  ♂ Jan 26, 2011, 12:20am  #

SeanBM:
Which banks in Poland have online banking in English?

Deutsche has the best online service in my opinion.


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  ♂ Jan 26, 2011, 02:26am  #

SeanBM:
A mate of mine needs internet banking for Poland but doesn't speak a word of Polish


Resident or non resident account, it makes a difference to which bank he can use?


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  ♂ Edited by: SeanBM  Jan 26, 2011, 02:04pm  #

warszawski:
Resident or non resident account, it makes a difference to which bank he can use?

He lives in Ireland but he can use my address for mailing.

I thought he could use any bank here in Poland, that you don't need to be a resident?
What's the difference?


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  ♂ Edited by: warszawski  Jan 26, 2011, 05:10pm  #

SeanBM:
What's the difference?


The paperwork you provide, it will be a lot harder to open an account in some banks as a non res ( which he is). Millenium and Bank Zachodni WBK SA seen to be non res friendly.



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