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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
I've just filled my penny box - can barely lift it its so heavy!!

do HSBC still have those machines that convert coins into notes for free? dont want to have to use the one in Asda that takes a percentage
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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#1
ive never seen one in there
#2
dont know ,but tesco do if thats any good to you
#3
Let me know too if HSBC does it for free !!! My local Sainsburys has a coin converter and it CHARGES 7.8p per £1.00 it converts !!! worth it ??
#4
jcaho7
Let me know too if HSBC does it for free !!! My local Sainsburys has a coin converter and it CHARGES 7.8p per £1.00 it converts !!! worth it ??


7.8p doesn't SOUND too bad, but when I took my daughter's money box it came to £120 so they took about a tenner!
#5
HSBC do have these machines! Doesn't take a 'cut' as it's a bank. All money goes directly into your account (presuming you have one with them).
#6
yea my local business HSBC has one and where the missus is a hairdresser her tips always go in there once a month and its in the account by the end of the day
#7
will have to check before i go with the money then cos i dont wana lug that around cos it weighs a ton!!!

they shouldnt charge you anything to change one form of english currency to another form of english currency!!!!
#8
just count them and bag them up. Then pay them into your bank for free.
#9
in london (not sure if its uk wide) most banks will only allow 5 bags @ a time and my local abbey will only allow coins to be deposited @ certain times as well
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just count them and bag them up. Then pay them into your bank for free.
#10
h_360
just count them and bag them up. Then pay them into your bank for free.


would take ages - its quite a sum
#11
The charges do go to charity tho,
#12
I have used coin machine at HSBC. It doesn't charge any fees. I have also tried bagging my coins too, lets just say other customers were not happy while the staff had to weigh each bag to make sure there were enough as claimed.
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Dub1
in london (not sure if its uk wide) most banks will only allow 5 bags @ a time and my local abbey will only allow coins to be deposited @ certain times as well


Yep, I can confirm that..... what a load of bolllocks it is....you cant pay your own money into your own account.!!...in these troubled times you'd think the banks would welcome a few coppers with open arms :p

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