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    Never done it before. This account does not have a card, all I have is a bank book.

    Anyone know if I can withdraw money and how?

    Also, does it look suspicious if I withdraw all of it?
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    (Original post by similarBlank)
    Never done it before. This account does not have a card, all I have is a bank book.

    Anyone know if I can withdraw money and how?

    Also, does it look suspicious if I withdraw all of it?
    You'll probably need ID, and no it wont but you'll have to close it.
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    (Original post by similarBlank)
    Never done it before. This account does not have a card, all I have is a bank book.

    Anyone know if I can withdraw money and how?

    Also, does it look suspicious if I withdraw all of it?
    If you don't have a card for the account, go to the bank with photo ID eg passport or driving licence, ask if you can withdraw the amount you want.
    To me it won't look suspicious, it's your money from your savings account. I'd imagine people do it all the time to buy stuff they have saved for.
    Also if you use online banking, you could transfer it to your current account, however doing this might limit you to withdrawing up to a certain figure, for me it's £300 a day I think.
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    If you want to keep the account then leave £1 in.
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    Interesting, so if I empty an account it has to close? Does it do this automatically or do I have to do something?
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    (Original post by similarBlank)
    Interesting, so if I empty an account it has to close? Does it do this automatically or do I have to do something?
    It depends on the provider. Most won't keep an empty account open, because it costs them money.

    Besides, why would you want to keep an empty account open? It doesn't make much sense for you, either.
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    (Original post by similarBlank)
    Interesting, so if I empty an account it has to close? Does it do this automatically or do I have to do something?
    Keep a pound in your account as it will save you from having to reopen another savings account, it just saves some extra bother


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