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Also, she told me that she was once told that when you take more that $10,000 out of your bank account at once the government comes to investigate.

It is reported. Since it isn't a cash transaction, they won't come to her doorstep to ask because they already know where the funds were transferred.

It would be simpler if she waited until next year to give you the remaining $1,000.

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