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Old 06-06-2017
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Default Gifting someone $600 per week- risky?

If I would buy something from someone and gift that person $600 per week

(assuming I move more than that through my account and have for many months, and assuming I completely trust that person, of course)

...... do you think PP will cause problems, or inquire what it is/why I'm sending it? Or as long as there's nothing in the subject line to say its for something do you think it would be OK?

... or would I be safer (as avoiding limits) if I send it as "goods/services" and pay the fee?

Just wondering from your experiences, what you think. Thanks!
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Default Re: Gifting someone $600 per week- risky?

Gifting someone that much money week in week out can cause issues

Your must better sending it as G&S payments
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Default Re: Gifting someone $600 per week- risky?

Goods and services would be safer if it's a regular payment.

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Default Re: Gifting someone $600 per week- risky?

Why not just transfer the money to your bank then send him a money order? Or bank transfer?
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Default Re: Gifting someone $600 per week- risky?

I agree with everyone here. Frequent Friends/Family transfers are likely to cause issues, and bring attention to the account. Best to transfer the funds to bank w/d then re-send to the intended recipient.
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Default Re: Gifting someone $600 per week- risky?

It's going to cause problems. Transfer to your bank and pay them that way.
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