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I did a withdraw last Thursday and of course it went the full 72 hours before it showed completed. Now this morning I got three emails basically saying that there was a problem with my bank. They did the micro deposits and then tried to pull them out and apparently couldn't and the bank account was removed. Then I got a final email stating that my bank doesn't recognize my account number....which is BS. The withdraw is missing now too.
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I did a withdraw last Thursday and of course it went the full 72 hours before it showed completed. Now this morning I got three emails basically saying that there was a problem with my bank. They did the micro deposits and then tried to pull them out and apparently couldn't and the bank account was removed. Then I got a final email stating that my bank doesn't recognize my account number....which is BS. The withdraw is missing now too.
Is this a savings account by any chance?
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Which bank?
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Is this a savings account by any chance?
Yes.......why?
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Which bank?
Local credit union.
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Yes.......why?
Im not sure if what im about to say applies to US. But when a direct debit mandate fails to apply (usually does with savings accounts) then that bank gets booted off of a Paypal account. Usually not always the case though.
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Im not sure if what im about to say applies to US. But when a direct debit mandate fails to apply (usually does with savings accounts) then that bank gets booted off of a Paypal account. Usually not always the case though.
I've used them before and there are no trial deposits in the account.
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Default Re: It's always something with Paypal.

hhmmm, I try to stay away from savings accounts, only b/c I have to do a lot of transfers to checking to withdraw. Then they charge you when you do too many savings to checking transfers.

My advise would be to stick with Chkng accts only.
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I have 3 stealth accounts with savings accounts and i've never had problems with them.
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I have 3 stealth accounts with savings accounts and i've never had problems with them.
It would depend on the bank. Some give problems, others dont.
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