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March 07, 2011, 11:20:51 PM
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Just wondering how long it has taken others to do a direct transfer from mtgox.com into your bank account. This would include time for the banks to process, as well as time for mtgox to do it.

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anywhere from 1-5 business days depending on your bank
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anywhere from 1-5 business days depending on your bank

I did a wire, they posted it the morning they received it.

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