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Need to get some information about Commerzbank International

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Need to get some information about Commerzbank International and B F C Bank Cayman Island for the website please. Thank you ..
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: General
Expert:  Cher replied 6 years ago.
Hello,Customer and welcome back to JustAnswer.

Thanks for your question about Commerzbank International and B F C Bank Cayman Islands. From your question I understood you to want information about the websites of these banks/companies.

Here is a website for Commerzbank International:

https://www2.commerzbank.com/konzern/niederlassungen/land/index.cfm?language=eng&land_id=130&land_id_repres=130&ndl_id=21&repres=false

I could not find a website for BFC Bank Cayman Islands, but found information for BFC Bank Cayman Ltd., Georgetown, Cayman Islands:
http://www.mbendi.com/orgs/ctpu.htm

If you have received a letter regarding an inheritance, etc. with BFC Bank Cayman Island, asking you to deposit money (open an account) in this bank, I have read online that this is part of a scam, so do not send or deposit money to anyone or any bank who claims to have a large sum waiting for you (or an inheritance from a family member who recently passed away, etc.), but in order to receive this money you need to make a deposit in a bank, or you will lose your money. You can read more about these scams, which are taking place all over the world, but many originate in Nigeria, and letters saying you have received an inheritance are mailed from the UK, here:
http://www.419legal.org/fraud/23485-inheritance-scams.html

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