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May 12, 2017, 08:53:28 PM
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Hello,

I was meaning to transfer some btc from my electrum wallet. I left dynamic fee pricing on, but it still used a fairly low fee. This is the transaction id: e52a8f8be25e573f8d04476ce115cb70c03e736bc081eb3728e3d06503eade26
I attempted to solve my issue by using child pays for parents but every time I used too large of an amount, it gave me the error "max fee is exceeded". When I used a smaller amount I got an error code that said "error: The transaction was rejected by network rules. (64: dust)".

I tried to advance the transaction using viabtc but ran into an error stating "transaction does not exist". I became desperate and thought I could pay with pushtx.btc.com but that requires me to use alipay, which doesn't accept bank of america. I am in desperate need of help. Please comment any suggestions for me to try. I have also contacted quick-seller and macbook air for any assistance. I am willing to provide a bounty to get this through.

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May 12, 2017, 10:01:47 PM
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I have also contacted quick-seller and macbook air for any assistance.
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Be careful about mistyping a userID on bitcointalk.  There are MANY scammers that create a userID that is very similar to a trusted user in hopes that you'll accidentally contact them instead of the user you intend to contact.  Then they take advantage of your mistake to scam bitcoins from you.

If either Quickseller (NOT quick-seller) or macbook-air (NOT macbook air) reply to you, they may need the raw transaction (since some pools appear not to have received the original transaction yet.

In that case, you can either copy&paste the following, or just link them to this thread where they can get it themselves:

Raw transaction for e52a8f8be25e573f8d04476ce115cb70c03e736bc081eb3728e3d06503eade26:
Code:
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