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Default How much is too much ?

Hi,

Just wanted to find out how I can withdraw my money without problems because I have large amounts available now.

Let say I have 6500 , would it be unwise to then withdraw 6000 at once ? as this seems a large amount, or is it not a problem ?

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Default Re: How much is too much ?

Totally depends on the account history

If you have never withdrawn from the account before then that would be way too much.

If you have a history of withdrawing 3000 each time then 6000 should be OK, but you may get hit with a 24 hours pending notice.
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Default Re: How much is too much ?

@Senyo, what's been your withdrawal pattern so far?
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Default Re: How much is too much ?

Ohh ok I see I have been withdrawing 3000 and 2000 for the last week but I have had to wait 3 days each time.... which is the only odd thing. But they have come through successfully.

Was just wondering because big companies must withdraw 5 figure amounts, but then you do see people saying on this forum to take things slow...
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Default Re: How much is too much ?

Bit Ltd company v Stealth account. Orange and apples

I would try to keep the increase to no more than 20% personally just to be safe.
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haha yeah, will play it safe as there is no rush anyway

Thanks for the advice
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Default Re: How much is too much ?

I make it a habit to withdraw the same amount each time. IE: When my account gets to $2k, I always withdraw $1500. Then again, once it gets to $2k, withdraw another $1500. I just keep the same pattern as to not raise any alarms. Also, by doing this, you lessen the amount that could potentially get held if the account does get limited.
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Default Re: How much is too much ?

too much money in the account. it will definitely limited.

you are better off buying gold bullion from ebay and wash it clean afterwards.. i prefer suffering the % losses, comparing to the whole balance being robbed by paypal limitation.

you might need a "drop" or virtual address in US, get a new vcc to verify confirm the drop address. you are good to go
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Default Re: How much is too much ?

When I withdraw, I tend to figure out the trigger point for that account. So lets say I know withdrawing 500 each time puts funds into review for 72 hours, I will work my way backwards. In turn I noticed, when I withdraw 480, there is not review. So now each time I withdraw or send money to anyone, I always stay below 480.

This is just an example. I would assume everyone has different trigger points depending on their sales/withdrawal patterns.
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too much money in the account. it will definitely limited.

you are better off buying gold bullion from ebay and wash it clean afterwards.. i prefer suffering the % losses, comparing to the whole balance being robbed by paypal limitation.

you might need a "drop" or virtual address in US, get a new vcc to verify confirm the drop address. you are good to go
A gem of a post.

Its brilliance astounds me.

Thank you for the laughter.

You do not even know the business plan of the OP and you recommend more risky transactions?

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