Originally Posted by OMGTIMDWAN
No it wouldnt hurt, i read it already actually, and if the first fee of 10% is free why does it need to be credited back to you.. Ive done deposits with WU never withdrawals though.. So i guess what is confusing me is Western Union (the company) charges 10% and Lock is giving away free money? returning the fee? lol
I haven't cashed out with this method yet. However, my understanding is this:
Say for example you cash out the maximum. $850. (10% would be $85)
So $850 + 85 = $935 coming out of your Lock Cashier to cashout the maximum.
You would then need to contact Lock about the reimbursement of the fee ($85) and they will manually credit it back to your account. (First withdrawal of the month only)