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    I have got given a cheque for the first time in my life. How do I put it into my bank account. I don't have any of my chequebooks so can I just use my debit card?
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    Take the cheque and your debit card into a branch. The staff there behind the glass will pay it into your account for you there and then. Remeber they take a few days to clear!

    It really is that simple!
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    What the above said. That's all you have to do. You don't even need to enter your PIN or anything.
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    ok just another qu, this cheque is for my locum work for which I have a business account separate to my normal account. So I can take my cheque and still do it into my normal account and then transfer online
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    (Original post by ledleyking123)
    ok just another qu, this cheque is for my locum work for which I have a business account separate to my normal account. So I can take my cheque and still do it into my normal account and then transfer online
    Yes. Pay it into whichever account it is 'addressed to'. Then transfer the money online.
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    its not addressed to any account its just addressed to my name
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    You may not need your debit card. You will however, need your bank details. You also either need your paying in book or fill in a slip.

    Some banks (Natwest, for example) allow you to use a cash machine to pay your cheque or money in to.
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    (Original post by OU Student)
    You may not need your debit card. You will however, need your bank details. You also either need your paying in book or fill in a slip.

    Some banks (Natwest, for example) allow you to use a cash machine to pay your cheque or money in to.
    I have neither. Hence, I was wondering if my card was enough.
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    (Original post by ledleyking123)
    I have neither. Hence, I was wondering if my card was enough.
    You can get the paying in slip from your branch.
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    (Original post by OU Student)
    You can get the paying in slip from your branch.

    but i have heard the debit card is enough....:confused:
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    (Original post by ledleyking123)
    but i have heard the debit card is enough....:confused:
    Go and ask them.
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    (Original post by ledleyking123)
    but i have heard the debit card is enough....:confused:
    If it's like my bank, it's really simple. You walk in, see the pay in slips at the counter, use one of the pens at the counter to fill the slip in and then give it to the person behind the glass and they do it?

    Good luck
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    Emily what info do I need to fill in on the slip
 
 
 
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