Anybody know of an online bank for southamericans non EU, USA, UK residents?

Anybody know of an online bank for southamericans non EU, USA, UK residents?
It would be a great help to open an online account (totally online) for southamericans not residents in EU, USA or UK. I aim at an international bank open worldwide, only checking at the legality of your incomes and not only for 1st. world inhabitants.

There are certainly a number of different alternative banking providers, all of which only operate with very easy to open bank accounts, meaning in practice this means that you are free to choose your online banking and some have suitable apps as well as debit cards. It doesn’t have to be complicated. Here are a couple of related sites. https://payspacemagazine.com/banks/leading-neobanks-in-latin-america-top-5-digital-only-banks/ and this link for more detailed information on South American banking practices and the current situation https://news.crunchbase.com / news / whats-driving-the-digital-banking-boom-in-latin-america /

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I can advise you, little-known countries where banking works well. Georgia, Armenia, I think you can open an account in the Russian Federation, I can find out it’s not difficult.

Dear Sami, thank you very much for the info!!! These fintechs offer accounts for their fellow residents and not for non residents. In Lithuania, there are new banks that are studying this issue so as people can access to an IBAN. Mostly you need -worldwide- to be a resident (US, EU, etc.) to open on line accounts.

I am from Argentina, and I do not want my money in my country -we have been stolen by the government in 2001- and you cannoot access to foreing currency in argentinians banks. The peso is devaluating inmensely.

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From my own great experience, I would like to recommend contacting a company that specializes in international business directly. They will certainly have a solution to your problem as well, and you can use them to open a bank account in many different parts of the country. Their fees are also quite reasonable.

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Talking about Lithuania, Paysera opens accounts with IBAN to nonresidents. However it’s more of a fintech than a bank: in particular, it doesn’t offer deposit protection.

Dukascopy (https://www.dukascopy.bank/) allows you to open a bank account from Argentina. Hope it helps.