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    *** OFFICIAL *** Cash deposit into someone else's account thread

    Please add to it if you have knowledge.

    This will list banks and their policies with allowing cash deposits to other people's accounts. This is useful for paying off poker debts, loans, stakes, etc.

    Please do not use this list for any illegal transactions.

    Wells Fargo: Allowed, no ID required

    Bank of America: Allowed, must show ID

    Chase: NOT allowed for personal accounts, allowed with ID to business accounts

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    Druff, your info above exactly matches mine.

    Adding:

    US Bank: varies depending on state. Allowed with no ID required in NV, but in CO I was told that I was limited to $500 if not the account holder. No idea about other states.

    City National: Allowed with no ID requirement.

    FirstBank: (CO, CA, AZ) Allowed with no ID requirement in CO.

    Keep in mind that a simple way to get around all this is to have a money order(s) made at a supermarket customer service counter or check cashing joint or some such place. Even Chase will take those. Of course that adds a small expense...

    Keep in mind also that certain states may have stricter requirements that trump individual bank policies. Arizona is one that comes to mind that appears to be particularly paranoid about money laundering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by go_buccos View Post
    Druff, your info above exactly matches mine.

    Adding:

    US Bank: varies depending on state. Allowed with no ID required in NV, but in CO I was told that I was limited to $500 if not the account holder. No idea about other states.

    City National: Allowed with no ID requirement.

    FirstBank: (CO, CA, AZ) Allowed with no ID requirement in CO.

    Keep in mind that a simple way to get around all this is to have a money order(s) made at a supermarket customer service counter or check cashing joint or some such place. Even Chase will take those. Of course that adds a small expense...

    Keep in mind also that certain states may have stricter requirements that trump individual bank policies. Arizona is one that comes to mind that appears to be particularly paranoid about money laundering.
    Cant imagine why AZ would be so paranoid.. Could be due to all the illegals plus the massive presence the Sinaloa cartel has here.. Its why you cant send more then $500 to somebody in AZ via MoneyGram or Western Union.. It sucks indeed..

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