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Author Topic: Mt Gox: Last Known Successful USD Withdrawal to a US bank = 07/03/2013  (Read 391 times)
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January 28, 2014, 06:02:11 PM
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I'm sick of looking through hundreds of pages to find how far Gox is behind on US withdrawals.  

If you receive a successful withdrawal or see a screenshot of one that was requested on a more recent date, please post:
  • The screenshot of the Gox account with the successful transaction (text only withdrawal dates will be ignored).
  • Anything you thought helped your transaction get processed (e.g. 5% acceleration fee, emails, phone calls w/ numbers, I am Mark's best friend, etc.).

If a subsequent post (not including this one) helps you get your cash, please consider tipping the poster and posting an update here with your success story so we can keep this up to date.

This is the latest one I could find:



BTC to: 1Dp2MLMRKJKQAQuFeWYWKYUN3JJSJ6FGeT

Yes, I even blacked out the "Help" flag.

Now, can we all settle down?

-EP
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January 28, 2014, 06:34:23 PM
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January 28, 2014, 08:09:57 PM
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And that just shows Mt. Gox claiming "processed". Some have reported Mt. Gox withdrawals reaching "processed" at the Mt. Gox end, but the money didn't show up. One would like to see the matching Bank of America item showing the money arriving.
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January 29, 2014, 04:41:13 PM
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And that just shows Mt. Gox claiming "processed". Some have reported Mt. Gox withdrawals reaching "processed" at the Mt. Gox end, but the money didn't show up. One would like to see the matching Bank of America item showing the money arriving.

Good call.  EPiSKiNG did post that as well and I've included it below.  Still, this was back on July 18, so I have to at least hope that there was at least one successful transfer after that date.



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-EP

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