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Am I getting scammed? (Linking accounts to send money to someone's daughter)

Yes, this is a scam. The payment to you will bounce, and the money you sent to the 'daughter' will be long gone. This seems to be a near-duplicate of the following scam: Offer to send me 5000 and ...
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Am I getting scammed? (Linking accounts to send money to someone's daughter)

How does this request make any sense? "My bank account is frozen and I can't send money to my daughter, but let me send money to you, and you can send money to my daughter." If his account ...
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Am I getting scammed? (Linking accounts to send money to someone's daughter)

I have seen this same topic "Have I been scammed" dozens of times now, and every single time, it's an obvious scam. The first thing that clues you into there being a scam in play, is the ...
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Am I getting scammed? (Linking accounts to send money to someone's daughter)

Even assuming that it is not scam, you have another reason to not trust the person: Their account has been hacked. Do you really want to trust someone who most likely has problems with securing access ...
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Offer to send me 5000 and then send 4000 to his daughter. I think this is a scam. Is it?

A few points to consider: You don't need someone's username and password to send them money. I transfer money to people all the time without knowing their username and password, or even necessarily ...
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Am I getting scammed? (Linking accounts to send money to someone's daughter)

Of course this is a scam. You already realise that, otherwise you wouldn't ask here. So I'm assuming you are really interested in finding out what the scam is and why you feel it is a scam. Indicators ...
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Am I getting scammed? (Linking accounts to send money to someone's daughter)

Wow, do you really need to ask? Of course this is a scam. Under no circumstances should you do this. If he actually wanted to send money to his "daughter" he can use Zell or Western Union.
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