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Can I post a cheque to my bank?

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Snap8TheCat Mon 25-Sep-17 11:55:48

Our local branch closed, can I post a cheque to HSBC to be paid in does anyone know?

MyBrilliantDisguise Mon 25-Sep-17 11:56:17

Yes, you can.

Snap8TheCat Mon 25-Sep-17 11:56:50

Oh lovely! Excellent thanks.

SuburbanRhonda Mon 25-Sep-17 11:57:40

Yes, I just did as our local HSBC closed a couple of weeks ago.

Whitelisbon Mon 25-Sep-17 11:59:12

You can pay it in to your account in the post office too. I do it regularly.

dementedpixie Mon 25-Sep-17 12:01:28

You can do your banking through the post office too although for a cheque deposit you would need a printed paying in slip from your bank

dementedpixie Mon 25-Sep-17 12:02:11

LurkingHusband Mon 25-Sep-17 12:22:05

Take a copy before you send it. Because when they lose it, you'll need to prove it existed.

And from personal experience, be prepared to ask the person who wrote the cheque to write another, when the first is lost, and the bank refuses to do anything without a new cheque (which happened to our cleaner).

You may have guessed, I'm not a massive cheque fan.

If you insist, maybe move to Barclays ?

Snap8TheCat Mon 25-Sep-17 12:29:57

I have a paying in slip from my cheque book and we’ve lost our post office in our town too. Just a crappy counter in the shop for posting parcels etc.

If I insist? What does that mean? I’ve been given one, not writing it myself.

dementedpixie Mon 25-Sep-17 12:31:07

Our post office is within a shop too but can still be used for banking purposes

LurkingHusband Mon 25-Sep-17 13:21:08

If I insist? What does that mean? I’ve been given one, not writing it myself.

MrsLHs beauty therapist was the same, until we asked if we could do a bank transfer. Now she asks all her clients to. (As we pointed out, the money is in her bank before she leaves us).

Snap8TheCat Mon 25-Sep-17 17:31:23

Oh no this is just a one off cheque I’ve been given. I don’t routinely get them for anything.

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