American bank with branch in Germany and seamless transfer of money

  • I have just moved to Germany. I want to keep a US-based account in the US to receive my monthly pension check. I am looking for an American bank with a branch in Germany where I can do seamless on-line banking and move money from one to the other. Does anyone know if there is such a bank? (Citibank does not work, as it is owned by a different company in Germany).

    30 Oct 2005, 11:21 Anonymous
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  • Try Citibank

    They have offices all around Germany

    Anonymous 03 Nov 2005, 04:00 - Report
  • ...owned by a different company?

    > Citibank does not work, as it is owned by a
    > different company in Germany

    Eeeeeh?
    Citibank is Citibank!?!

    1)
    Did you ever contact them?
    See link "kontakt" on their website
    http://www.citibank.de/ 

    2)
    Have you ever tried the link "Citibank Online (eng.)" shown on their home page
    http://www.citibank.de/ 

    Good luck,
    -Wolfgang-

    Anonymous 29 Dec 2005, 03:07 - Report
  • okay ppl

    ive always wanted to live in germany.

    r they in need of marriage counselors? and ive heard its extremely hard to move there.

    shalane kinder 13 May 2008, 06:20 - Report
  • Citi

    Citibank works fine. costs 10 US dollar per transfer. The catch is you can currently only transfer from an ATM in the US. However Citibank sucks. Have nothing but trouble. You will love the German banks like Dresdner or Deutsche. In contrast to Citi they actually appreciate you as a customer. And there is no shuch thing as credit history.

    Werner 15 Jul 2008, 01:12 - Report
  • Citibank

    Citibank works just fine...I just moved to Spain and I haven't had a problem with it yet...just a small deposit per transfer.

    justin echeverria 21 Jan 2009, 12:34 - Report
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