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Posted: 11/1/2012 2:10:32 AM

Got my 2nd payout from 5-dimes today.  2nd payout requested via WU, exactly 30 days after my previous one.  No problems, no questions asked.  $750, which is the limit that their fees will cover without anything coming out of my pocket, which i'm sure to most is small change, but compared to my average wager and initial $200 deposit is a sizeable increase for me.  Just thought i'd share since I'd noticed the influx in paranoia from posters the last few weeks with the Cantor scandal and the increased difficulty (presumed by some) to get your money from books.  They've been nothing but up front with me.  Left myself with 400 to basically start another run over, hopefully looking foward to more honest transactions with them.

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Posted: 11/1/2012 10:33:41 AM
How did your WU transaction go through? Easy, or did the clerk ask you something like where is money from what kind of fund you received?
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Posted: 11/1/2012 10:37:05 AM
also, how much 5dimes charged you for $750 through WU?  
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Posted: 11/1/2012 10:55:32 AM

Not a single question asked.  The clerk was actually joking with me while she did it, other employees were bothering her with tasks and she kept saying "leave me alone I gotta get this man his money."  Once a month 5-dimes will cover a payout with fees up to $40.  It costs them $40 to send 750, so it didn't cost me anything. 

On a side note, I don't know what causes them to begin asking questions about payouts, but its been my experience that going to WU inside other stores, such as grocers, causes them to ask far fewer questions.  Going to a Harris Teeter and getting an individual who's usually a bagger or cashier to complete your WU transaction, seems like they're far less suspicious of any activities like this.  Idk if separate WU stores that are isolated even exist, but these employees don't even blink when they see where i'm getting money from.

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Posted: 11/1/2012 11:37:23 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by T_Rav1088:

Not a single question asked.  The clerk was actually joking with me while she did it, other employees were bothering her with tasks and she kept saying "leave me alone I gotta get this man his money."  Once a month 5-dimes will cover a payout with fees up to $40.  It costs them $40 to send 750, so it didn't cost me anything. 

On a side note, I don't know what causes them to begin asking questions about payouts, but its been my experience that going to WU inside other stores, such as grocers, causes them to ask far fewer questions.  Going to a Harris Teeter and getting an individual who's usually a bagger or cashier to complete your WU transaction, seems like they're far less suspicious of any activities like this.  Idk if separate WU stores that are isolated even exist, but these employees don't even blink when they see where i'm getting money from.


Sounds you had smooth transactions through WU, WU inside a grocery store seems a good place to go, WU inside a liquor store might not be too shabby as well. 

btw, how do we know that fund is already in WU for us to cash out? and we can go to any WU to cash payout? Thanks! 


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