= 100% Anonymous Banking!
YOUR UNIQUE LAST CHANCE TO ACQUIRE AN ANONYMOUS AUSTRIAN SAVINGS (UEBERBRINGER) PASSBOOK!
The world's only true secret untraceable bank account!
The Austrian (Ueberbringer) Sparbuch
We regret to inform our browsers that we have completely sold out of ALL Sparbuchs. May we suggest you peruse the "ANONYMOUS BANKING" link to your left for what banking products we do have available. Thank you for your custom.
As of November 01, 2000, the issuance of
Austrian Sparbuchs has been prohibited by
. We still have access to a handful of these
"vintage" Austrian Sparbuchs
issued by various top class Austrian banks such as Bank Austria, in 1994 in stock ready to go - and of course STILL VALID!
TODAY, COMPLETE FINANCIAL PRIVACY IS HARD TO FIND
Even the famous
Swiss 'secret' bank accounts
have ceased to exist. Since 1991 it has become compulsory for all prospective clients of Swiss banks to provide credit references of some kind, most commonly a verification of identity, a proof of residence, and two independent bank references! The situation is similar throughout most of the world.
Financial privacy throughout the world has been sacrificed to satisfy the insatiable tax greed of the bureau(c)rats in Brussels, thousands of administrators are busily creating the framework of oppression: the legislation will lead to the European Super State. Financial privacy is no longer widely available.
sSome people can quite happily live with their bank account information wide open to the rest of the world. However, there are those who value complete financial privacy. Perhaps you want to deposit a secret sum of money away from the eyes - and the hands - of greedy relatives, ex-spouses, friends. Perhaps you want to protect yourself in case of a possible business failure or bankruptcy. Or perhaps you just believe that your money is your own private affair. Is there a solution?
THERE IS STILL A COUNTRY IN EUROPE THAT THE OPENING OF A COMPLETELY ANONYMOUS BANK ACCOUNT WAS POSSIBLE UNTIL NOVEMBER 01, 2000!
Austria was the front-runner in this field: local banking institutions in Austria offered the famous Austrian Sparbuch, or deposit accounts with a passbook, to their customers. We still have some valid Austrian Sparbuchs in stock!
The Sparbuch is a simple deposit account with a bearer passbook and a specific code-word. Anyone in possession of the account book - Sparbuch - is as far as the bank is concerned, the legal owner of the account. Deposits are protected by a code-word chosen by the client. The bank don't know the identity of the account holder, and no correspondence is sent out. All deposits and withdrawals are recorded in the account book.
What's more, Sparbuchs are bearer - fully transferable - accounts. You can simply hand your Sparbuch over with your code-word to anyone; just think of the possibilities!
ABOUT THE AUSTRIAN ATM SPARBUCH
The ATM Sparbuch is kept in Euro (EUR). The interest rate is currently about 3% to 5% per year and at least you do receive some return instead of actually losing money to all those extra fees as you would in Switzerland. In any case an anonymous account is typically not one where you would park your funds for optimum profit returns. Rather, it's an extremely low profile safety measure for emergencies and for privacy protection purposes.
In addition to anonymous cash deposits, funds may be deposited by wire transfer using the
system. We provide the full banking coordinates with every account, along with a list of the location of all banks, plus detailed instructions in English or German.
Another major advantage of the Sparbuch is the fact that you can deposit or withdraw up to US$17,000 per Sparbuch per month without so much as an eyebrow being raised! If you were to withdraw more than that from a traditional Sparbuch you would need to identify yourself
In during, say, a week's holiday in the lovely city of Vienna or Salzburg, you could withdraw up to US$34,000 with just TWO Sparbuchs in compete anonymity.
For information about how and where you can use the ATM Sparbuch
no ID, no bank statements, no
with the Austrian Sparbuch!
: 2-3 working days.