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R. R. vs. Coinbase
548 Market St #23008, San Francisco, California, 94104-5401, United States
    • Status: In Negotiation
      This claim has posted for public comment and negotiation. It will remain posted until resolved to the claimant's satisfaction. Suggest a resolution to help these parties reach a settlement.
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    • Claim #: 1144702
    • Amount Involved: 654,000.00
    • Filed On: Aug 13, 2018
    • Posted On: Aug 24, 2018
    • Complaint(s):
      • Bad business practices
      • Overcharge or billing error
      • Customer service runarounds
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Statement of Claim
Claimant says:
"I recieved a 1099 from coinbase that says 604K Jan 31.18. I have been run around in circles since Feb. and no one is helping me to withdraw my funds. I need to pay these taxes. No one answers phone now or answers emails to support@coinbase.com and back in Feb told me to contact support+1099@coinbase.com this must be spam folder never a reply. R. roederer 5019"
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  • 01-31-2018 — Received 1099
  • 02-01-2018 — Try to contact get answers weekly 6 months now. Now no replies any one or answers phone.
What Claimant Wants Hide
1. Compensation: 50K Aug 31, 2018 $50,000.00
2. Payment due: Eg.: Invoice EI61511 Aug 31, 2018 $604,000.00
3. Other – Copy claim to regulators Aug 31, 2018 $14.99
4. Other – Pay for claim posting cost Aug 31, 2018 $14.99
5. Other – Physical delivery charges Aug 31, 2018 $4.99
Cash total : $654,034.97
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Evgeny Mishakov commented
Evgeny Mishakov (Comment):
"i don't think so"
 (3 years ago)
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"Think so what?"
 (3 years ago)
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Hoang Huan Pham commented
Hoang Huan Pham (Comment):
"yes"
 (4 years ago)
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There has been no response to this claim from Coinbase. This claim will remain posted until resolved
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  • Contributed Solution: by Amanda Stethem On 03-27-2022
    This situation sounds all too familiar. (Hang in there, this is relevant to your case.) I experienced an eerily similar occurrence with another reputable and top investment platform, to where I was unable to access my account for nearly a year and on at least 10 occasions I reached out for assistance with what should have been a simple verification of my identity and an update of my telephone number. It seemed as though the firm was playing games and I was being connected to people who were contracted out for remote customer service and knew little about any of the questions I had..and unfortunately no way of means listed to talk to an actual agent or tech support. After being subject to the most torturous time wasting experiences of my life and gaining access finally, I felt as though my numbers weren't right. Which lead me to believe that the problem was not the brokerage firm, it's employees, contact listings or it's AI. But with the security of my own port of access to the services. Someone had been most likely toying with me somewhere between my physical body and the actual connection to the company. All in all, I wasn't actually ever connected to them until the final successful correspondence in which was made from a more secure device. Please consider that there may be foul play at hand entirely outside of Coinbase. With a world full of brand new methods of hacking and scams that are beyond our wildest dreams.. it is likely that websites were spoofed and phonecalls redirected all to fool you out of your money.. all the while the culprit having access to your accounts. Not trying to sound like a conspiracy theorist, but it is very feasible and it's dire that this be investigated by a cyber crimes unit and that you look into every single aspect of your device security before even contacting authorities (because that connection could also be rerouted). There will be ways to retrieve your large sum through FDIC insurance or identity theft insurance, so long as you focus the blame on the actual perpetrator and gain insight and proof. Please be safe and get your money back, because it is yours by all instances as far as I can tell.
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  • Contributed Solution: by Josiah Githinji On 01-21-2022
    Coinbase has a very vital rile to stick to the best business practices and respond effectively and efficiently to the needs of their claimants, The top management unlike the support staff should be accountable, and answered since the bucks stops with them.
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  • Contributed Solution: by Sal Chicago On 05-06-2021
    So long as the claimant can demonstrate the payment due it likely would be enough to claim the additional compensation as missed opportunity for additional investment and rate of return, based on what is available in the like-kind market of today's investment options. It seems certainly fair and reasonable.
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  • Contributed Solution: by Heather Doyal On 01-14-2021
    1099s are a statement of reported other-than-wages income. It doesn't mean you have it in your bag. I don't think they owe you anything but your required paperwork and surely not that much in damages. Maybe $200 or something to cover fees or interest.
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  • Contributed Solution: by Jibran Shah On 05-06-2019
    if you have proof of receiving, and after that they don respond you can contact proper authorities, to investigate the matter,and file criminal as well as civil case
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  • Contributed Solution: by George Maxwell On 08-27-2018
    Are you saying that Coinbase reported to the IRS that you received the equivalent of $604,000 in payments to your account, but you can't access the money in order to pay the taxes owed? More...
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