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Lady1945

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Dear users
my name is Tina (76).
I would like to know the following.
my husband passed away 2 weeks ago.
in 2011 he bought for 750 dollars somthing called btc.

I would like to know if these are still around the same value, because I need this money to pay for his funeral.
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On 16/04/2021 at 18:10, Lady1945 said:

Dear users
my name is Tina (76).
I would like to know the following.
my husband passed away 2 weeks ago.
in 2011 he bought for 750 dollars somthing called btc.

I would like to know if these are still around the same value, because I need this money to pay for his funeral.

Hey Tina ( @Lady1945)

I'm so sorry for your loss.

If you had joint access for the IG trading account you can call us and if you want us to close any open positions we can assist you over the phone. 

If it was your husbands account you will need to email us at helpdesk.uk@ig.com with your husbands will, death certificate, bank statement for executor's account we'd remit funds to. If the amount is over £500 with us then we'd also need grant of probate to release the funds. This needs to be sent to helpdesk.uk@ig.com. If you aren't able to provide all of this send what you can and request a call back to we can try and make it as easy for you as possible. 

All the best, 

Charlotte 

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