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Among the others listed on here - I have accounts with First Bank and TCF Bank and have transferred money in completely different names with no issues.
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Hey Everyone,

Recently tried AMEX Bluebird again.

Both 2 small deposits went in! Incorrect names and all!
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But I just found out today that they only allow $2000 max per month withdrawal sigh.
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That must have changed.. used to be $10,000 according to other posts I've seen.

Do they have a maximum deposit per transaction from PayPal?

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According to the cardholder agreement its still $10,000

Please note:
The aggregate amount of funds that may be added to a Bluebird Account and linked Sub-Accounts from all Add Funds
Sources, exclusive of Direct Deposit and Check by Mail, may not exceed $10,000 per calendar month.

The aggregate amount of funds that may be added to a Bluebird Account and linked Sub-Accounts from all Add Funds
Sources, inclusive of Direct Deposit and Check by Mail, may not exceed $100,000 per calendar year.

The Total Balance of your Bluebird Account and linked Sub-Accounts may not exceed $100,000 at any time.

The aggregate amount of funds that may be added to a Bluebird Account from a Bank Account may not exceed
$10,000 per transaction and from a Debit Card may not exceed $100 per transaction, $100 per day, and $1,000 per
month.

Funds may not be added directly to Sub-Accounts from Add Funds Sources. A Sub-Account can be funded only by a
transfer of funds from the Master Accountholder's Bluebird Account to the linked Sub-Account.

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This part: The aggregate amount of funds that may be added to a Bluebird Account from a Bank Account may not exceed
$10,000 per transaction and from a Debit Card may not exceed $100 per transaction, $100 per day, and $1,000 per
month, might create the confusion
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But I just found out today that they only allow $2000 max per month withdrawal sigh.
Make sure you read the posts added to the thread to expand on this.

It's your funding source that is the key.
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Oh might creat some confusion. Transfer fund from paypal to bluebird is fine. I am trying to withdraw the money from bluebird to put on my main bank, the limit is only $2000 per month when I call the rep.
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Oh might creat some confusion. Transfer fund from paypal to bluebird is fine. I am trying to withdraw the money from bluebird to put on my main bank, the limit is only $2000 per month when I call the rep.
Check that again.

And get the reply in writing too.

Inaccurate advice is no use to anyone doing business.

AMEX on the whole do not like poor advice being given out to their clients.

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Other fine banks to work with in the US are HSBC and TD.
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Nice there is a wide variety of banks for stealth purposes.

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Nice there is a wide variety of banks for stealth purposes.

Wish I could one of the military bank accounts - best I could do was UNFCU
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I use their Credit Unions.

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Great list thanks everyone thank you
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I use their Credit Unions.

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Any recommendations on online Credit Union account opening? I have not explored that option in the States....as a Canadian citizen I mean.
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Hey Everyone,

Wanted to update you, made a deposit of ~$500 to the AMEX Bluebird card with completely incorrect names and it worked like a charm! Going to do bigger amounts now and keep you all updated.

Also am going to test Suntrust Bank. I have heard it is a good bank and I will let you guys know how it goes!
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Very helpful information.
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More Updates,

Transfer to Sun Trust bank with completely incorrect names worked fine!
Micro Deposits - Fine
Transfer of over $800 - Fine
Completely incorrect names!

Sun Trust is a great bank to use if you are in Chexsystems for some reason or another as this bank doesn't use Chexsystems!
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Two points come to mind:
1. i tried to open thru BoFA Online , two savings accts , and my application next day was rejected.. they say they cannot disclose the reason why.. anyone know why this would happen? ive been a BoFA customer with one checking + one savings for about 10 yrs. do you think seldom using the saving acct and then requesting 2 more raised red flags?

2. Instead of opening accts at NEW Banks, why dont you guys instead open NEW checking or savings acct at the SAME bank? which process do you consider to be easier ?
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Savings I find the easiest to open. It's almost natural that people have more than 1 savings now.
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Two points come to mind:
1. i tried to open thru BoFA Online , two savings accts , and my application next day was rejected.. they say they cannot disclose the reason why.. anyone know why this would happen? ive been a BoFA customer with one checking + one savings for about 10 yrs. do you think seldom using the saving acct and then requesting 2 more raised red flags?

2. Instead of opening accts at NEW Banks, why dont you guys instead open NEW checking or savings acct at the SAME bank? which process do you consider to be easier ?
1. Sometimes BoA will do this to customers. I would check your other accounts to see if they closed them. BoA closed my accounts without any indication because I had 8 savings accounts with them with thousands of dollars going in and out. Not that BoA isn't good for stealth but just watch out with them with opening/closing accounts and large deposits going in and out constantly.

2. For the reason above. Some banks don't like it when you "account hop". Also I am testing out a lot of banks and compiling a list to help other users know some good banks to use with stealth.

I agree in having a few accounts (savings preferably) per bank but if you have 20+ stealth accounts like me one bank isn't going to cut it.
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Sorry for the double post.

Just wanted to give another update!

Sent 2 payments of over $1000 to my Bluebird AMEX card it they both went through fine! This is one of the best cards I know of! Completely incorrect names on both the deposits!

As for Suntrust Bank I have verified that both checking and savings accounts work with incorrect names and can take $1000s worth of deposits at a time!
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1. Sometimes BoA will do this to customers. I would check your other accounts to see if they closed them. BoA closed my accounts without any indication because I had 8 savings accounts with them with thousands of dollars going in and out. Not that BoA isn't good for stealth but just watch out with them with opening/closing accounts and large deposits going in and out constantly.

2. For the reason above. Some banks don't like it when you "account hop". Also I am testing out a lot of banks and compiling a list to help other users know some good banks to use with stealth.

I agree in having a few accounts (savings preferably) per bank but if you have 20+ stealth accounts like me one bank isn't going to cut it.
It's not just BoA. Any bank will review accounts that are high risk.

Looks to me like if you don't have a business account, they tend to close without asking for any documents from you.

If you have business accounts they will ask for a lot of stuff.
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