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How much can you take out over the counter at lloyds TSB?

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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
Just bought a car, want to collect it tomorrow, thing is seller wants cash on collection. Its 1450, can i take it out of the bank tomorrow morning over the counter?
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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
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#1
I've got £1400 out over the counter before and it's not a significant amount more so I think you should be able too.
#2
just a warning to be safe:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1209161/Man-stabbed-heart-bogus-Gumtree-car-sellers.html

as tinkerbell said I think you can take out whatever you want, but take passport or some ID with you
#3
Ring and ask them if they can have it saved and ready to be sure.
[helper]#4
You might have to let them know in advance. Im with a different bank and you have to inform them first if you need to withdraw such a sum. Can you not give them a ring now while they are still open?
#5
IAROBERTSHAW
Ring and ask them if they can have it saved and ready to be sure.


Cant seem to get through to anyone though all automated.
banned 1 Like #6
if you use a handgun to withdraw the money it shouldnt be a problem.........
#7
I think its about £1500 before the alarms go off and shutters come down! There's no way you can take as much as you like. You will get fobbed off if you try that.
#8
mittu1;6145297
I think its about £1500 before the alarms go off and shutters come down! There's no way you can take as much as you like. You will get fobbed off if you try that.

It's your money so why not?
#9
nono2522
just a warning to be safe:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1209161/Man-stabbed-heart-bogus-Gumtree-car-sellers.html

as tinkerbell said I think you can take out whatever you want, but take passport or some ID with you


try and get somebody to go with you to get the car that will be safer
1 Like #10
Have you seen the car already. Are you buying from the location the car is registered at on the logbook. Take care. Have someone with you if possible
#11
imafish2002
It's your money so why not?


I agree with you but trust me, getting it out is a damn sight harder than putting it in :-D
[helper]#12
just checked on their website and it says "some branches may require advance notice if you wish to withdraw a sum of cash over the counter which is above your daily cash machine withdrawal limit".
#13
If you call the normal customer service helpline they can send a message to the branch for you (0845 3000 000) to make sure the money will be there. It may be considered too short notice but worth a try!

The CS team can also give you the branch number or transfer you through. (note: they will most likely try to sell you something since Lloyds CS Advisers are actually sales advisers).
#14
I withdrew £7500 a couple of weeks ago from Lloyds... Had to show my driving licence as proof and they wanted to know the reason for taking out soo much money... Just told them i needed it to buy a car and thats it.
#15
When I used to just have a cashline card the limit I could take out over the counter was £900 without ID, but that didnt affect the amount I could withdraw from the cash machine.

But since getting the chip and pin card I can take as much as I like without ID.

This is RBS tho so might be different for llyods, but I'd imagine they all work pretty much the same.
banned#16
never had a problem getting any amount out the bank using my cash card

pic of my cash card

http://gamyhan.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/glock231.jpg
#17
They normally ask why. Its my money I dont need a reason as far as I'm concerned. Just bring ID
banned#18
took out £3,600 at Lloyds they locked the front doors then proceeded to ask me a load of questions they were really fidgety about it
#19
lumoruk
took out £3,600 at Lloyds they locked the front doors then proceeded to ask me a load of questions they were really fidgety about it


You obviously look a bit dodgy ....... ;-)
#20
Cheers guys, Drove to the bank and asked and they said it was fine.

Im not meeting them at the address on the V5, to be fair i only rang up about it today and i want it tomorrow and the bloke is working. So he is dropping it to his father in laws tonight so i can pick it up tomorrow morning.

To be fair the bloke said if i wanted till 7PM when he finished work i could get it from his home address, but the only time i can go and get it is tomorrow morning.

Im taking a few people with me.
#21
the__mayster
Cheers guys, Drove to the bank and asked and they said it was fine.

Im not meeting them at the address on the V5, to be fair i only rang up about it today and i want it tomorrow and the bloke is working. So he is dropping it to his father in laws tonight so i can pick it up tomorrow morning.

To be fair the bloke said if i wanted till 7PM when he finished work i could get it from his home address, but the only time i can go and get it is tomorrow morning.

Im taking a few people with me.


All may be ok but you are paying in cash. Could be someone selling someone elses car. You really would be better to buy it from registered address later if necessary. So many potential traps here
#22
At least take this advice. Seller must have log book. Check the VIN number of the car against the logbook. If for whatever reason it is difficult to read be prepared to walk away.

When I was looking to buy my first car I was told terms were cash and had to meet to see the car. I took along a mechanic to check it over. Turned out to be an probable insurance failure as was half an inch longer on one side than the other. Either been in a bad shunt that had damaged chassis or a cut and shut (2 cars welded together). If you were selling a car would you feel safer to be close to home or to meet in another place. As I .stated earlier may be ok but stay alert. If seller needed backup of father in law its not inconceivable that he could have come to sellers house.
banned#23
Just remember the recent story of the guy on Gumtree got done over for £5k

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/8222087.stm
#24
Did you get the car? All ok?
#25
WoolyM
Did you get the car? All ok?


Yea all seemed fine, took your advice and checked the vin numbers. Drove it around today and it all seems ok.

Bar a scratch on the windscreen they didn't mention, will need to get it out.
#26
how's the car?
#27
thehottest
how's the car?

The OP hasnt been active for 3 years,
1 Like #28
haha I guess they never realized this thread is 4 years old! X)
[helper]#29
Feel free to open a new discussion, this one is old and expired. Thanks

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