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It's the usual scam. Nobody sends you money for free. Ever. What will happen is that his Venmo transfer will be undone, either by him, or by Venmo when the found out it was fraud, and your money you sent him forward is gone. Because you sent it voluntarily, you will not be covered. Of course you can sue him, but he will just disappear, and you are out of ...


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Bank of America has both digital and physical EDD debit cards. If this is digital then check your email (including spam folder) for the activation link. If physical best to call the bank to ask; usually you activate the physical EDD debit by calling the number in the back and picking a PIN. Physical is nice if you like using ATMs to get cash, but if you ...


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You've answered your own queston: "most customers don't usually use email to make bank transfers". If your bank allows "fund transfer" through email instructions, an attacker could just get the password of the email from sources listed at https://haveibeenpwned.com/ , login to your email account, then instruct the Bank to transfer away all your money. ...


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