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When I first bought bitcoin through Coinbase it was put on a 12 day hold. The funds cleared from my bank account after 3 days, and I had to wait 9 more days before I could do anything with my currency. I contacted customer service, and the representative said he didn’t know why my funds were on a long hold, but made it out like it was because I had just created my account - a fraud prevention method. So I accepted that, and decided I wanted to buy more crypto today. I went on the support page and read through the guidelines again; it said I was able to transfer or withdraw once the funds had cleared from my account - so 3-5 days, possibly 7-10 if there is a weekend or holiday. Fair enough. So I bought some bitcoin, and now it says it’s on a 12 day hold! So apparently that’s the default on my account every time I want to buy any crypto. What?! No where was I told that my account would have some default holding period, on the website or by customer service. I know that it will again clear from my bank in the next 3-5 days, then I will just have to sit on it for a week or more for no good reason. To top it all off, I’ve been emailing customer service and it’s like I’m not even talking to a human. They just give these generic, scripted responses, whereby they reiterate the same guidelines I previously read, that are obviously false! There are plenty of services out there that are way less of a headache; save yourself time and stress and use a different wallet!
All very fast and professional, right up until you try to cut your losses. Bought bitcoin with the intention of selling it a few days later for a (tiny) profit as more of an experiment than anything. I sent in my license photos, linked my bank account, and got everything verified. Bought a couple hundred in btc. A few days later the price has gone up a few hundred and I try to sell- to find my funds placed on a ‘24 day hold’ to ‘prevent fraud’. What?? If this is common practice, they certainly went out of their way not to mention it, and if it isn’t, I can’t think of any reason why they would have flagged me or my transaction as suspicious. I have now sat and watched the btc price plummet over $1,000 in the past few weeks. By the time I’m able to access my money I will have lost much of it. I understand that btc prices are famously erratic and I accept that I would have lost a little bit, but with every day I lose more and more of MY money which is being held from me. Incredibly disappointed with the lack of clarity in this matter. If it were not for this ridiculous, month-long freeze on my transaction, I would be very happy with this app. The layout is nice and the verification was fast and professional. However, any app that forces me out of MY money without forewarning is NOT a winner in my books.
I’ve tried Robinhood, Abra and Coinbase for Crypto buying. Simply put Coinbase has a good set up but they nickel and dime you to death. For example; to deposit money even with bank transfer you are charged a fee of 0.99 for up to $25, $1.49 for up to $50, $1.99 for up to &100 and so on. Robinhood and Abra does not charge you for bank transfers, only card deposits. Coinbase also charges you again to sell your crypto’s at basically the same fees as depositing. Robinhood and Abra do not. Coinbase basically hits your wallet all over when that’s money that could be invest in crypto’s. Now let’s get onto the refer a friend side of it. Coinbase will give you $10 worth of crypto after someone you invite joins and buys $100 worth of crypto. Abra gives you and friend joining each $25 worth of Bitcoin after friend deposits a minimum of $50. Robinhood gives you a free stock each. Overall Abra is by far the best Cryptocurrency app for buying and selling. Robinhood is okay for beginners but you can’t send crypto’s. Robinhood is good for buying and selling like you do stocks, also Robinhood let’s you buy stocks so you can use one app to be in two different markets at once (stocks and crypto’s). What I’m saying is do not waste your time and money on Coinbase. Abra is hands down better with hardly having any fees across the entire board.
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