Went to cash out 1 BTC 23 days ago, an intermediate bank rejected the transfer, and I've spent nearly that whole time since trying to get this company to return my bitcoin. Unfortunately, when I cashed out, BTC was at $7400 (roughly 6100 euro), and it rose over $1000 in the interim. That led to Bit2me not wanting to return my property, but rather only send back a portion of it. They don't treat your crypto as property, they treat it as a final transaction at the point they make the transfer. If you didn't receive the transfer because an intermediate bank sent it back to their bank, you'll be in for a fight. They don't understand that if they got the money back, that should apply to the amount at the time the exchange occurred since that's the transaction date, and it's not the fault of the client that the international fiat network is slow. I understand that's not their fault either, but 1 BTC = 1 BTC both 23 days ago and today. Suffice to say, they were finally able to resolve it to the bare minimum satisfactorily, but really annoyed I didn't receive back my whole amount.
Review by Giovanina6 months ago
worst expirience ever made with an exchanger.
uploaded all documents and sent money by bank wire. after confirmation of verified account. they just call you on without any notification and accuse documents are counterfeit .
money is also on hold.
lawyer will be contacted next week to check this company out. also a screenshot of this review site was made to show how untrustworthy this company working.
if you dont want to loose your money and get headache , keep huge distance of this exchange site
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