September 16, 2010
Over the past few days there have been numerous blogs and posts calling into question the reputation of Mr. Gregory Elias, United International Trust and United International Bank.
We are issuing this press release to clarify Mr. Elias’ position as well as the position of United International Trust and United International Bank in regards to ePassporte.
ePassporte has utilized the services of United International Trust since 2006. United International Trust serves only to manage the corporate governance of ePassporte and has no input, or control as regards its daily management.
In 2009 United International Bank was formed to provide commercial and corporate banking services and subsequently ePassporte has moved some of its operating accounts to this bank.
United International Bank does not hold funds for ePassporte holders. United International Bank merely pays the vendors for ePassporte.
Neither Mr. Elias, United Trust nor United International Bank have any control over these funds.
All requests and inquiries should be forwarded to ePassporte at the Message Center, which you may log on to at www.epassporte.com if you are an active cardholder.
We apologize to Mr. Elias, United Trust and United Bank for any confusion that may have arisen these last weeks as a result of difficulties we at ePassporte, with St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla National Bank, are responsible to manage.
Christopher Mallick, for ePassporte