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If you're sending that amount of cash (as opposed to, say, a gift worth $300), there are no laws, restrictions, or reporting requirements that will interfere with you getting the money out of the USA - as long as the cash isn't being sent as a part of a criminal activity (i.e. money laundering) or to a nation which the USA has heavy trade restrictions on (i....


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Each participating bank (at least sender and receiver, maybe more) takes a fee. The sender of the money tells his bank how he wants the fees treated: 'sender pays it all' - this results in the sending bank taking a flat rate chunk of money, and paying all fees through the chain 'receiver pays it all' - this results in the receiver bank taking a flat rate ...


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The easiest way I have found is to simply Google the transaction description, or at least the most unique part of it. Googling "PO LTD Telecoms" gives the UK Post Office phone/internet "contact us" page as the first result. Google is sometimes really smart at figuring out what appears to us as a random collection of characters. Beyond that, there are a ...


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You asked, Is a debit card just another option to list in case you don't feel comfortable giving your bank information to PayPal? The answer is basically yes. In the back end of Paypal's connection to your bank, the debit card is simply another method of accessing the account it is attached to. It's a method that's meant for everyday transactional use. ...


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