What banks offer immediate transfers?

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Found 18th Nov 2008
I bank with hsbc and have sold a few bits on here,lloyds it seems arent instant transfers but barclays are
which banks send immediate bank transfers to a different bank?
hope that makes sense

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Hsbc Are Bare Quick Brah.

*my Keyboard Not Working Btw*

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bank of scotland

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strike;3498747

Hsbc Are Bare Quick Brah.*my Keyboard Not Working Btw*

are you related to BG?:roll:

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rbs am not sure of
lloyds i thoguht where suppost to be getting faster payments service

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tsb arent doing faster payments either it seems

Natwest do - WOW! my 1st post!

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so it just seems to be lloyds and tsb that dont so far

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Twelve banking groups (Barclays, HBOS, HSBC, RBSG, Lloyds TSB, Nationwide, Alliance & Leicester, Co-op Bank, Abbey, National Australia Bank, Northern Rock, Danske Bank Group) have committed to implement the scheme. Between them they represent 95% of the payments made in the UK. The other banks and building societies will be making decisions on how, when and if to join the scheme over the next year or so.

Mine HSBC LIGHTENING SPEED!!!!!!!!!!

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francescaseaman;3498854

Mine HSBC LIGHTENING SPEED!!!!!!!!!!

your bank is awesome hahaha:thumbsup:

hankmarvin4;3498846

Twelve banking groups (Barclays, HBOS, HSBC, RBSG, Lloyds TSB, … Twelve banking groups (Barclays, HBOS, HSBC, RBSG, Lloyds TSB, Nationwide, Alliance & Leicester, Co-op Bank, Abbey, National Australia Bank, Northern Rock, Danske Bank Group) have committed to implement the scheme. Between them they represent 95% of the payments made in the UK. The other banks and building societies will be making decisions on how, when and if to join the scheme over the next year or so.



Source:

fastpayments.co.uk/faq…asp

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hankmarvin4;3498846

Twelve banking groups (Barclays, HBOS, HSBC, RBSG, Lloyds TSB, … Twelve banking groups (Barclays, HBOS, HSBC, RBSG, Lloyds TSB, Nationwide, Alliance & Leicester, Co-op Bank, Abbey, National Australia Bank, Northern Rock, Danske Bank Group) have committed to implement the scheme. Between them they represent 95% of the payments made in the UK. The other banks and building societies will be making decisions on how, when and if to join the scheme over the next year or so.

am i missing something lloys and tsb are they now called lloyds tsb?
their payments def are not faster payments to a hsbc account

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Mardyass;3498870

am i missing something lloys and tsb are they now called lloyds tsb?their … am i missing something lloys and tsb are they now called lloyds tsb?their payments def are not faster payments to a hsbc account



Still 2 seperate Banks

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thesaint;3498869

Source:http://www.fastpayments.co.uk/faq.asp



Grass!

I have had this argument with several banks and it appears to me that the fastest way to transfer is to transfer to the same bank and it's done instantly eg. hsbc to hsbc or ltsb to ltsb. I hope someone can tell us otherwise because it would save me lots of hassle!

Faster payments is supposed to be by the next working day though isn't it?

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jtx;3499337

I have had this argument with several banks and it appears to me that the … I have had this argument with several banks and it appears to me that the fastest way to transfer is to transfer to the same bank and it's done instantly eg. hsbc to hsbc or ltsb to ltsb. I hope someone can tell us otherwise because it would save me lots of hassle!Faster payments is supposed to be by the next working day though isn't it?



It should be instant, I have not trans from one bank to another though.

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or do what i do and go to the bank of opopstie and deposit it in
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