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July 02, 2017, 02:59:47 AM
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I don't in any way mean to blame you but if you don't have a second account or keep cash on hand you should take this as a lesson that you should start doing so. I have 3 bank accounts and always have money for food on me JUST IN CASE.

I hope you get everything back! Total BS that they froze it and won't even let you get your wages.

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July 03, 2017, 10:36:40 AM
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i guess the amount of money sent to your account is a reason for the bank to get suspicious! If you receive a normal wage monthly, and suddenly receive this amount of money, the will surely flag your account ! But, the way they are treating your case looks really strange, because they can't  just let you not know anything , or don't want to involve you in what you did with your account. I think you should try contacting your bank, and politely ask for solutions, or where you could give some explanations so you can solve your problem. It's not that normal the bankers not wanting to talk with the customer when something like this happen !
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July 03, 2017, 08:29:59 PM
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Has anyone else experienced something like this or in the USA with USA bank accounts?
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July 18, 2017, 02:42:14 PM
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As one with AML interests,  I would've loved to have seen how this turned out
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July 19, 2017, 05:58:10 PM
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Hmm... this is not the first time I am hearing about such incidents. And I am not just talking about incidents related to the American banks. Even in the third world nations, I have heard about savings accounts getting frozen, after the account holder used the funds to purchase Bitcoin.

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July 26, 2017, 06:26:54 AM
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Hope you will get it all back
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July 26, 2017, 09:29:30 PM
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when looking for a bitcoin friendly bank, use these guys:
https://www.bunq.com/en/

it is located in the netherlands and as long as you are in an EU country your money is fully protected upto 100k.
its alse free of charge within certain limits.

I has full banking licenses, but founded by IT Guys, and has nothing to do or ties with the old fat banking guys!
Also they are tied to the following BTC exhange:
https://bl3p.eu/en/

maybe it might be usefull for one of you

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July 29, 2017, 03:15:14 AM
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when looking for a bitcoin friendly bank, use these guys:
https://www.bunq.com/en/

it is located in the netherlands and as long as you are in an EU country your money is fully protected upto 100k.
its alse free of charge within certain limits.

I has full banking licenses, but founded by IT Guys, and has nothing to do or ties with the old fat banking guys!
Also they are tied to the following BTC exhange:
https://bl3p.eu/en/

maybe it might be usefull for one of you

wonder the difficulty it would be to travel to europe, post up for some time and withdraw there, instead of in the US.
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July 29, 2017, 09:58:20 AM
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wonder the difficulty it would be to travel to europe, post up for some time and withdraw there, instead of in the US.

You could do this best by a bitcoin ATM I would think, no need to use a bank for that. ATM is also anonymous.
Issues is however, you are allowed to bring only back so many cash in or out of a country. Well  you can be lucky of course, i have never been checked in detail, but this is a risk. I believer the maximum amount of cash you are allowed to carry into the usa is 10.000 USD.

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August 07, 2017, 09:20:16 AM
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You could do this best by a bitcoin ATM I would think, no need to use a bank for that. ATM is also anonymous.

Not when you have an ATM camera pointing in your face and recording you.

Issues is however, you are allowed to bring only back so many cash in or out of a country. Well  you can be lucky of course, i have never been checked in detail, but this is a risk. I believer the maximum amount of cash you are allowed to carry into the usa is 10.000 USD.
Do peeps declare their cryptocurrency when they are travelling? All these peeps walking around with over $10k in cryptocurrency on a physical hard wallet or a soft wallet on their computers are leaving/entering the country with currency. Wonder what would happen if they didn't declare it and were found out.

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August 15, 2017, 08:35:24 PM
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When you shake in very much money you need to explain for the banks the proceeds will charge monthly income tax of more than $ 20,000. If you move around, be prepared to have all the purchasing documentation.
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August 16, 2017, 09:16:51 AM
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When you shake in very much money you need to explain for the banks the proceeds will charge monthly income tax of more than $ 20,000. If you move around, be prepared to have all the purchasing documentation.

In some of the countries, there is a maximum yearly limit for financial transactions such as trading in digital goods. If you exceed this limit, then you need to get the necessary permits and licenses. If you think that your account was frozen despite the trade volumes being lower than this limit, then go to the bank branch and explain everything to them.

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