fraud – Is it normal to be asked for an advance fee on a withdrawal?

No, when transferring or selling Bitcoin you don’t ever have to first pay any sort of extra fee in advance.

Being asked to pay in extra money for any sort of fee is a trick of confidence tricksters (conmen, scammers, fraudsters)

Ordinary Bitcoin transactions will deduct a small amount of Bitcoin from the balance as a transaction fee (not a transfer fee), but this is not something extra you pay in. Current transaction fees are very high at around $30 per transaction (a year ago they were less than $1). The actual fee you should pay depends on how complex the transaction is and how quickly you want the transaction to be processed. You should not be paying more than this and it should automatically be deducted from your Bitcoin balance, not paid in as an extra amount. This is a transaction fee not a transfer fee. There is no such thing as a transfer fee or transfer code in normal Bitcoin transactions.

When dealing with any business, no fees should ever come as a surprise. You should be able to find the business terms and conditions on their web page without talking to anyone at that business. Any fees that come as a surprise are a sign of possible fraud.

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fraud – Is it normal to be asked for an advance fee on a withdrawal?

No, when transferring or selling Bitcoin you don’t ever have to first pay any sort of extra fee in advance.

Being asked to pay in extra money for any sort of fee is a trick of confidence tricksters (conmen, scammers, fraudsters)

Ordinary Bitcoin transactions will deduct a small amount of Bitcoin from the balance as a transaction fee (not a transfer fee), but this is not something extra you pay in. Current transaction fees are very high at around $30 per transaction (a year ago they were less than $1). The actual fee you should pay depends on how complex the transaction is and how quickly you want the transaction to be processed. You should not be paying more than this and it should automatically be deducted from your Bitcoin balance, not paid in as an extra amount. This is a transaction fee not a transfer fee. There is no such thing as a transfer fee or transfer code in normal Bitcoin transactions.

When dealing with any business, no fees should ever come as a surprise. You should be able to find the business terms and conditions on their web page without talking to anyone at that business. Any fees that come as a surprise are a sign of possible fraud.

Do you have to pay chap fees for withdrawal of binary trading profit?

How do know if its not a scam? A binary trader I invested in says I’ve to pay 2kΒ£ as chap fees via bitcoin for withdrawal of my profit as the total amount is 10kΒ£ and told me that I’d get that amount back? Can someone please help? Thanks alot

fraud – Is it normal to be asked for an advance fee on a withdrawal?

No, when transferring or selling Bitcoin you don’t ever have to first pay any sort of extra fee in advance.

Being asked to pay in extra money for any sort of fee is a trick of confidence tricksters (conmen, scammers, fraudsters)

Ordinary Bitcoin transactions will deduct a small amount of Bitcoin from the balance as a transaction fee (not a transfer fee), but this is not something extra you pay in. Current transaction fees are very high at around $30 per transaction (a year ago they were less than $1). The actual fee you should pay depends on how complex the transaction is and how quickly you want the transaction to be processed. You should not be paying more than this and it should automatically be deducted from your Bitcoin balance, not paid in as an extra amount. This is a transaction fee not a transfer fee. There is no such thing as a transfer fee or transfer code in normal Bitcoin transactions.

When dealing with any business, no fees should ever come as a surprise. You should be able to find the business terms and conditions on their web page without talking to anyone at that business. Any fees that come as a surprise are a sign of possible fraud.

in app purchase – how to make a withdrawal system which converts in app currency into real and then pays to the creator [Android]

hello I want to know that how can I build a system which converts the in-app currency the user has received into USD and transfer from my account (or an account which keeps the amount comes from a user who buys the in-app currency ) to the withdrawal preferred payment method

for eg:- TikTok has some in-app currency which user buys from real money and then they can give the app currency to a creator who is live-streaming, after a creator gets some in-app currency from other users while live streaming, TikTok takes up 50% share and then converts the remaining 50% into real and gives creator an option to withdraw the balance (TikTok’s pays the creator only in USD so it doesn’t require to manage currency conversion when paying )

I want to make a functionality exactly like TikTok where you buy a silver bar or gold bar(in-app currency) with real money and send gifts to a creator and then the creator get a different kind of in-app currency (let say a diamond currency for the creator)which is half the price of a silver bar and gold bar and then coverts in USD and pays the creator when they want to withdraw

Withdrawal to India banks from Paypal through XOOM is Working. Confirmed and Tested.

This is what I got latest email from Xoom :

Your recent money transfer has been sent to the bank of XXXXXX for deposit. The deposit will be completed according to the rules and regulations of the bank. This will add additional time before funds are credited.

Please ask XXXXXX to check his or her bank statement for this deposit. If XXXXXX has not received funds after 2-3 business days, please contact Customer Service.

As a reminder, here are some details of your transfer:

Xoom Tracking Number: 888888888
Sent to: XXXXXX
Amount Sent: 285.00 USD
To view the current status of your transaction, visit Track your transaction

For Customer Service, visit Xoom.com/help or call 877-815-1531 (within the U.S.) or 415-395-4225 (outside the U.S.)

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Canceling my pending withdrawal BTC

How can i cancel my pending withdrawal BTC of $1,240. Its been pending for 2 days. it has no confirmations and on the blockchain it says it receives 0 and sent 0. Someone PLEASE help me!