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I think it is normal. Legit banks do that. It is what they call ‘credit card cash advance fee’. A cash advance is one of the purchases you can make with your credit card. Taking out a credit card cash advance is similar to withdrawing cash from an ATM with your debit card, but you're borrowing money from your credit limit rather than your checking account. ...


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Never pay to receive a withdrawal. If they wanted to send you money, they could deduct the fees from the sum they claim you own in your account. It's a common scam to be asked for money so that you withdraw your funds. In fact, if you pay, they'll find a different excuse and ask you again to pay them, while you in reality never had any money on their website....


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Now where the value is much higher and time passed it's worth to trace the coins. If scammers steal from several people then it's over time difficult not to reveal the privacy. This is because they move the coins around for obfuscation, generate change addresses and so they have to manage a lot of addresses which isn't nice.If they bring the coins together ...


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