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Q: Has anyone hard of BIC-CHINA CONSULTING LTD

I am a company owner who is looking for an escrow company that can handle an investor deposit into my company.  I have been in talks with a BIC-CHINA CONSULTING LTD but I have some concern about their legitamacy.  They are trying to use a bank called Bank of Investment and Corporation.  Anyone in Beijing heard of these? 

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10 years 29 weeks ago in  Money & Banking - Other cities

 
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it does not exist they are a shell corporation of a shell corporation that is a shell corporation of a shell country

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Never heard of Bank of Investment and Corporation.  They could be a 'private investing' group, but if they aren't part of one of the known banks, I would stay far away from them.

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