Sony Bank Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Sony Bank is a Japanese commercial bank established in April 2001. It operates as a direct bank and has no physical branches or ATMs. It is one of the largest online banks in Japan and a subsidiary of Sony Financial Holdings, the financial business unit of the Japanese electronics company Sony. Its main business is offering online banking with foreign currency deposits, investment trusts, and home loans.

Dustin writes on an App review, "No English support on the main app, only this app which is the signup app of Sony Bank. Makes signing up for a bank account easier, but provides zero benefits in actually using or managing the account. Very disappointing. For a service advertised as aimed at foreigners in Japan, this is a massive fail."


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bang1971 says

"The bank adevertises that it is basically here to serve the foreign community, all bullshit, I openede an acocunt and wanted to transfer funds to my overseas account, it all starts with you having to pre-register your account, that in itself is aleady total bs, but than it goes on, as a foreigner you\'re not expected to have certain funds so they bang on and on with document sthat proof the money is yours, I send them a ton of docs and of course they didn\'t accept my registration. I guess if you want to bank with them you need to be a 9-5 gaijin. Don\'t bank with them, Shinsei is much better!"

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