Proof of Funds (POF)

A proof of funds (POF) is a document proving that a person or a company has the financial ability to perform a transaction. The POF can be issued by a bank, a financial institution or a trade finance. For instance, a POF is generally obligatory for people seeking mortgages, as bankers are often more willing to issue them to those who have the sufficient funds to pay their mortgages off as opposed to those who cannot do so. Thus, a POF letter provides the selling or lending party with confidence that the funds are obtainable and legitimate

A POF can in some cases be borrowed or leased, which is where a client pays a fee for cash to be deposited into their personal or business bank account, but the cash is limited by the bank as the client is not permitted to withdraw it or complete transactions with it.[5] By keeping the funds unusable, it safeguards the asset holder and makes them ensure that the cash can solely be used to complete POF transactions based on what the loan agreement dictates

Be aware!

Access to all our financial instruments requires the advancement of some administrative expenses, bank and government taxes. Then, once your request has been approved, these payments, which can vary in size depending on the issuing bank and the country where the transaction originates, must be made. It is not possible to obtain any bank security by making the payment of expenses conditional on receipt of the deposit / cash. If that were the case, anyone could build up capital from scratch - that's not how it works. Here you can find Procedure & Costs. So please only contact us if you have a clear understanding and agree to this mode of operation. Thanks for your cooperation..

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