I would like to start a discussion about the dangers we face; Here is an article about a student who’s account in Barcley’s bank he used for cryptocurrency trade has been deleted and his money frozen indefinetely on accusation of a fraud because someone allegedly made a questionable transfer of 50 Pounds to that account. According to this article, no explanation was given and the bank is under no obligation to do so. Since that could tip off potnential criminals. Doesn’t habeas corpus apply to money?! I don’t nkow, what to say.
johntravelsasia (Johnny401View) #2
The same thing was happening in 2012/2013. Dealing with banks is always a huge risk.