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Taehyun

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I am very frustrated as I've attempted to withdraw my funds several times, and each time it comes back with "unable to return funds". 

The funds have settled in my account (i.e. I am passed T+3 settlement period, and the cash is available to withdraw). I am withdrawing to the same method that I deposited the funds, which is my bank Visa card. But I am still unable to withdraw some funds around £1200. 

Please help. 

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On 26/02/2021 at 19:45, Taehyun said:

I am very frustrated as I've attempted to withdraw my funds several times, and each time it comes back with "unable to return funds". 

The funds have settled in my account (i.e. I am passed T+3 settlement period, and the cash is available to withdraw). I am withdrawing to the same method that I deposited the funds, which is my bank Visa card. But I am still unable to withdraw some funds around £1200. 

Please help. 

Are you able to withdraw funds now? I'm in the same situation. Just want to know. 

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