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quick question about bank transfers

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when someone pays by bank transfer what details do i need to give them to make payment, just occurred to me, i havent ever had to do one before ! :thumbsup: Gina Read More
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
when someone pays by bank transfer what details do i need to give them to make payment, just occurred to me, i havent ever had to do one before !

:thumbsup:

Gina
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
just the name your account is in and the sort code and account no
#2
yes as above (just the details that can be found on a cheque)
#3
Thankyou !! xx
banned#4
queenlush
just the name your account is in and the sort code and account no


unless its to a building society. You may also need the account reference number. If it used to be a building society, like halifax, the number usually starts with a letter followed a slash then some numbers.
#5
sculpturatus
unless its to a building society. You may also need the account reference number. If it used to be a building society, like halifax, the number usually starts with a letter followed a slash then some numbers.


Ah right ta, never had to deal with a building society so didn't know. :thumbsup:
#6
Its not a nigerian asking you is it?
#7
Related (just). Not strictly a bank transfer, but I opt to pay by cash over the counter at high street banks now primarily to avoid using PayPal, but also because my bank account cannot be maintained online. I also sit in an office where trying to conduct any business over the telephone would be difficult with regards relaying personal details as everybody else could hear my responses to the usual security questions.

Anyway... to my point...

I always ask for the branch address where the account holder has their account.

In one example this was useful as the seller had sent me their details (for me to make a payment) but had transposed two digits of the sort code around the wrong way. The sort code quoted to me did not exist. As I had the branch address the bank teller looked up the sort code & I could then pay in the money. Without this I would have had to leave the bank, return home, ask the seller to check the details, and then go back to the bank.

BFN,

fp.
#8
MinstrelMan
Its not a nigerian asking you is it?


Racialist!

nothing wrong with Nigerians, in fact one was so nice that he said he'll give me £11m for just helping him out with his inheritance, It just cost me £2000!

can't wait for the money to reach me now
#9
hassony
Racialist!

nothing wrong with Nigerians, in fact one was so nice that he said he'll give me £11m for just helping him out with his inheritance, It just cost me £2000!

can't wait for the money to reach me now


£2000? wow dude, thats a lotta weeks giros. :whistling:
#10
MinstrelMan
£2000? wow dude, thats a lotta weeks giros. :whistling:


I had to sell few of my shell suits, but its totaly worth it
#11
hassony
Racialist!



What's a " Racialist " is that like a racist?;-)
#12
Inactive
What's a " Racialist " is that like a racist?;-)


Thanks for taking the time to correct me:roll:


if you must know its an ALI G reference
#13
MinstrelMan
Its not a nigerian asking you is it?


yes!! how did you guess! :p

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