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August 19, 2014, 03:29:44 AM
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So, I'm outside the USA, and I would like to top up my bank account in the USA.  How may I do so without incurring exorbitant charges?

I do not currently have a relationship with the USA exchanges so I probably wouldn't be able to meet their KYC requirements??
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August 19, 2014, 05:14:18 AM
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Someone asked me some questions via pm.  So I thought I'd just put it out here.

I'm probably going to fund my account $100 at a time.  Less if it's super convenient and low overheads to do so.

I'm actually thinking that since this is for me to send money to myself, selling btc at a bitcoin exchange and transferring to my bank account should have the lowest fees and lowest risk. Just need to know if this can be done with minimal KYC.
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August 19, 2014, 05:53:14 AM
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well what would probablly be the best way is for you to find someone in the us to work as a broker for you. You transfer them the btc they then get a money order and drop it in the night drop of your bank hear no questions. and very little paper trail since the mo is bought with cash.
or you could check to see what your bank says about iachs and just get one of the iban visa and transfer money that way.
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August 19, 2014, 06:47:05 AM
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I can't google anything about BoA and iachs.

Among the bigger USD exchanges, I've found that CampBX doesn't require KYC for smaller-sized accounts and with trading caps. And they provide ACH withdrawal for just $2.  For $100 transactions, this amounts to a fee of 2.55% including the trading commission. 

Your suggestion of finding a broker sounds like selling btc via a reputable person on localbitcoins?  Is that likely to be cheaper?
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August 19, 2014, 03:04:05 PM
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Ifvyou have fo7nd conversion for 2.5%. And it keeps you private like u want that woul prob be best. You could sell 9n localbtc might be able to get more. But i know i only buy btc at 10% below rate when i buy.
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