Yes, except some rare exceptions, I believe this combo of services will work for a vast majority of non-EEA residents originating from high to low reputation countries. In fact, this is tested / acknowledged from acquaintances. Only few citizens should be prohibited from one of these services.
By the way, Borderless (TW) proposes AUD bank details (aside USD / EUR / GBP ones) and RUB balance (amongst many available), and PaySera offers also multi-currency accounts with lots of available balances, so practical to accomodate anyone.
It will be the regular price of Darwinex + subsidiary costs (intermediate banking at reception end, eventually). Luckily, for once, the andorran banks won’t apply any fee for incoming transfers (be it SEPA or SWIFT). However, they may ask where this money comes from with proof of documents. They check business activities greatly. People imagine a false opinion on Andorra due to its (past) tax haven status, believing this is a land where everything is permitted, but it’s exactly the opposite and more controlled than neighbouring countries.
Again, we run into a limitation, atm Transferwise does not provide its debit card to non-EEA residents. I had managed to be delivered the PaySera card to Andorra in the past, but it seems it has now changed and again won’t ship to a non-EEA country ...so the solution is to use a mail forwarder service like www.tiptrans.com (UK, Germany, Austria warehouses) or www.myukmailbox.com (UK warehouse) in EEA as first intention delivery then back to your home country outside EEA !
Complicated to setup ...but functionnal afterwards