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Master Geek
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# 210438 27-Mar-2017 16:18
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I needed a Euro Currency Bank account - one I could pay Euros (amongst other countries) into and offered a EURO Debit Card.

I was recommended N26 Bank - and have signed up - what a fantastic experience... All done online and the Identity Verification was great.

I used
1) a France Address
2) NZ Passport
3) NZ Drivers License
4) NZ Mob Ph num
5) Gmail address

Big shout out to the team at N26 - the service / support staff were excellent..
Ping me if you have any queries


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Master Geek
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  # 2001988 24-Apr-2018 23:32
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How did you get the card shipped to New Zealand? 


Thanks :)

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  # 2001994 25-Apr-2018 00:07
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Yes still usung N26 and loving it

I had a friend in France Allen w me to use their address - the only postal mail I got was the debit card
I tried to change the address by for N26 France it has to be a French addres
. I needed a replacement card and as I’m in Spain - tried to change it to Spain - couldn’t.

Ask away, I’ve used it extensively.
Peter in Spain


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  # 2002102 25-Apr-2018 10:16
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Thanks for the heads up. Heading to Europe myself later this year. Will try signing up soon. 

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  # 2003472 27-Apr-2018 13:19
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Has anyone tried 

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  # 2003473 27-Apr-2018 13:21
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Has anyone tried 



I use it reasonably regularly. Fast, low rates. Highly recommend. Feel free to use my referral code if you sign up.

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  # 2003649 27-Apr-2018 16:16
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I’ve used it man6 times, currently using it now to send nz$ to Oz.
I have found it very good. If I’m sending NZ$ to UK£ I can send the transfer around 4pm nz time and it can be in my uk bank by 9pm nz time - requires good timing but has worked well.
I used a bank transfer this week as I though5 it would be faster - sent monies from NZ to my N26 account , took 3.5 days.

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