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    Iv forgotten my pin number and then lost my debit card, is there anyway they'll let me take money out if i go to the bank (barclays)?
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    (Original post by luxxbooth)
    Iv forgotten my pin number and then lost my debit card, is there anyway they'll let me take money out if i go to the bank (barclays)?
    Yes they should, but you will definitely need to take proof (e.g. Driving Licence, Passport, Birth Certificate.....) I would call your local branch in advance to confirm exactly what you would need to take...
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    Have you canceled your card?
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    (Original post by luxxbooth)
    Iv forgotten my pin number and then lost my debit card, is there anyway they'll let me take money out if i go to the bank (barclays)?
    Ensure you cancel your card, and order a new one to be delivered.
    And as said above, the answer is yes.

    Take proof of ID and also your sort code and account number.
    If you don't have ID on you, they may be ok asking security questions (but take ID, it's the better option!)
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    Yup, just go in the bank with ID and they will let you withdraw money. If you have any letters as proof or details of your account, they'd help also.
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    You need ID and a statement showing your ownership of the account.

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