“ Bearing the amount involved they may have decided to just refund rather than waste time on an investigation. <a href="/showthread.php?p=72220887#post72220887" rel="nofollow" title="View original post">Originally posted</a> by MABLE ” “ almost certainly unless the customer has do...
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I left 20 quid sticking out of a cash machine on Saturday. I withdrew from a BoS account and that cash machine was in a big sainsburys (not sure who the machine belongs to...). If it was sucked back in will it be automatically credited to my account, and if so how long does it take?
I don't lend big sums of money to anyone now after having written off loans to friends who always seemed to have very good, and very emotive, reasons not to pay.
Don't do it.
Don't do it.
It depends on the type of retailer I suppose. My local pub does cashback on contactless because it just puts the whole amount through as a single purchase. Lots of smaller shops will probably do the same.
It won't pay more because 5% taxed at 20% is the same as 4% untaxed. Have you already got a TSB regular saver at 5%? That would obviously pay more if it matures in a non tax paying year. Remember that the first Â£1000 of interest from savings will be untaxed from next April. This post had nudged me ...
- Forum: Bank Accounts and Cards
- Topic: 5% TSB vs 4% Club Lloyds (Reg Saver) Tax Free Drebin911
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- Mon Sep 28, 2015 3:45 am
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“ That is interesting. How to check if they are worthy more? <a href="/showthread.php?s=3036385c25683f06b8cb9955b5233a43&p=69194229#post69194229" rel="nofollow" title="View original post">Originally posted</a> by aril85 ” Have a look on ebay - they have loads of banknotes for sale s...