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Aaron, do not get scared by other answers. Obviously there are risks involved, but you can manage it if you are cautious and watchful. Note that fairly nobody is using checks in Europe anymore. Everything's done here via SWIFT, SEPA or local domestic transfers. All banks support all three methods while the local one is usually free of charge. I live in ...


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What you also should consider is, that in Switzerland the local currency is the Swiss franc and not the Euro. So the Euro is foreign currency there as well, that would kinda eliminate what you want to do to a certain degree. If you want to get Swiss francs that would maybe help. Also the (total) privacy of swiss bank accounts is mostly history, especially if ...


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When the ECB provides loans and bailouts to private banks it does not transfer physical money to the private banks’ vaults. Instead, the ECB creates digital account balances into the accounts that private banks have at the ECB. There is literally ZERO physical cash money involved at any point during these transactions. This means that a digital euro already ...


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