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Default Adding Banks... won't banks get suspicious?

Hi, so I have a handful of established paypals i need to add bank accounts to.
I would think that I should let the bank get familiar with me, like make deposits, do few ATMs etc., online purchases for some time before i just add a bank account and start pulling in Paypal payments? kind of like when you get a new paypal account, you let paypal think you are learning about paypal, browsing etc. for a bit.

I hate to have the banks mess up the bank account and in turn mess up any paypals?

Experience with this anyone? and what period of time would one recommend, 2 weeks, 35 days, to familiarize bank to me before i do the paypal deposits?

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Default Re: Adding Banks... won't banks get suspicious?

My only experience is that as long as you don't drain bank accounts regularly and leave some balance, you will be fine. Build relationship with the bank via investing and such.

Don't let accounts go negative
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The bank doesn’t give a **** what you do. The only reason PayPal does what they do is because they aren’t technically a bank, they’re just a payment processor. And if you decided to open up a merchant account with your bank, they’d probably be a pain in the ass about it too, because the laws allow them to be.

So don’t worry about the bank, unless you’re evading taxes or laundering money... they don’t give a **** about you
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Default Re: Adding Banks... won't banks get suspicious?

Most people are paid via ACH. The bank won't care at all if you have ACH deposits come in on the first day.

I don't agree with guy above me who says the bank doesn't give a sh*t what you do, but I do agree with rsot when he says the bank mainly cares about the balance you maintain with them.
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