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June 28, 2011, 08:52:10 PM
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so a few days ago i create a Dwolla account and successfully withdraw funds from my checking to buy some BTC on The Hill. Come to find out Today after using the money i had already transferred to The Hill (to buy some bitcoins at $17 a pop) I could not login to my Dwolla account.  first thing i think is "damn, someone hacked my dwolla acct.", and was going to use it to withdraw funds from my bank. So i check my email and come to find out that my Dwolla account has been deactivated.   (How Convenient after i just purchased a bunch of Bitcoins at $17 each).  So i call up Dwolla and then find out the checking acct # they have on file is not the same as the one i gave them initially.  I check my bank statement online and there is no record of a withdraw transaction to dwolla even taking place!   Huh Huh Huh Huh Huh

update:  my Dwolla acct. has just been reactivated!

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June 29, 2011, 12:52:52 AM
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Error in your favor indeed. Sounds like maybe the money you sent to Dwolla came out of someone else's account. Be aware that it may or may not be fixed sooner or later.

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June 29, 2011, 01:02:07 AM
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"Error confirms error on the Bitcons con"

Meh.

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June 29, 2011, 02:10:21 AM
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so a few days ago i create a Dwolla account and successfully withdraw funds from my checking to buy some BTC on The Hill. Come to find out Today after using the money i had already transferred to The Hill (to buy some bitcoins at $17 a pop) I could not login to my Dwolla account.  first thing i think is "damn, someone hacked my dwolla acct.", and was going to use it to withdraw funds from my bank. So i check my email and come to find out that my Dwolla account has been deactivated.   (How Convenient after i just purchased a bunch of Bitcoins at $17 each).  So i call up Dwolla and then find out the checking acct # they have on file is not the same as the one i gave them initially.  I check my bank statement online and there is no record of a withdraw transaction to dwolla even taking place!   Huh Huh Huh Huh Huh

update:  my Dwolla acct. has just been reactivated!
As soon as you add the correct funding methods to your recently reactivated account I am pretty sure they will automatically take the funds out that are due from before on that account.

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June 29, 2011, 02:40:17 AM
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and then find out the checking acct # they have on file is not the same as the one i gave them initially.
If it was me, this particular bit of info would be VERY troubling.  It could be an innocent mistake on their end, sure, but I would be very paranoid about the whole situation.
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