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Does an EasyOne account stop working after you leave?

 
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 15, 2012 9:12 am    Post subject: Does an EasyOne account stop working after you leave? Reply with quote

Hi

Has anyone who has had an EasyOne account from KEB ever used it AFTER they turned in their ARC and left the country? I think each remittance made through the EasyOne account is tallied under your annual remittance allowance using your ARC number. If your ARC has been turned in, does the EasyOne account stop functioning correctly?

Since the exchange rate has been growing more favorable, I'm thinking of leaving funds with a relative, who would then deposit them into my EasyOne account number when the won's rise seems to be stalling and I give the go-ahead.

Thanks for any firsthand experience.
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