Andrew Tate welcomes Nigel Farage into the club after the UKIP and Brexit Party politician claimed that he was being forced out of the UK by banks.
Farage went on a rant about it, well various rants, here is his latest…
He wrote: “At no point in the last 10 years did Coutts give me a min threshold. More importantly, the offer of a Natwest personal acct only came after I went public last Thursday. No business solution was offered, and they even denied I was a PEP, which is why 9 other banks have said no.”
However, BBC’s Simon Jack has reported that: “Nigel Farage fell below the financial threshold required to hold an account at Coutts, the prestigious private bank for wealthy customers the BBC has been told. It also understood that he was offered a normal account at Natwest which owns Coutts. People familiar….
“with the matter rejected the notion that the decision to close his Coutts account was in any way political. “it was for commercial reasons – the criteria for holding a Coutts account are clear from the bank’s website”.
Coutts requires customers to borrow or invest…
£1 million with the bank or hold £3million in savings.
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Andrew Tate’s Hustler’s University was shut down, but he appears to be back Hustlers University 4.0 ‘With our new independent platform, we can finally teach things we could never teach before – 100% uncensored!,” the website claims.
The first comers ‘will lock in a $49.99 monthly membership fee”, the website claims, but is this out of Nigel’s price range?
If he does sign up he will join:
“Hustler’s University 4.0 is a worldwide community of over 160,000+ active members learning from a select network of experts in freelancing, crypto, investing, and business.
“Founded in 2021 by Andrew ‘Cobra’ Tate, we grow stronger every day while traditional education becomes less and less relevant.”
They deny all charges.
Love Island star Malin Andersson said of the brothers: “In school, they were geeks. I don’t think they had many friends so I think they’ve really tried to transform their persona because I think they lacked that when they were younger.”
Join the club?
Andrew Tate tweeted: “Join the club.”