Drawing money out of bank without cash card? Watch

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ub3r
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I am just wondering if it is porrible to draw money out of your bank account without having your bank card? This is because i lost my card the other week and i am still waiting for my new one to arrive. So could i go inside the bank and ask to draw money out?
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I have a feeling it is somehow possible, but you'll have to go through countless security checks. Just as a guess, I'd suggest taking your passport.
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I used to work for HBOS, yes you deffo can. Take ID and be prepared for a few security questions and you will be sorted
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Yes, just take an ID like drivers licenc. I have done it using another bank card from the same branch (i.e i had 2 natwest accounts, i took the card with me of one acocunt and took money out of the other acc once they verified who i was)
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(Original post by ub3r)
Hiya

I am just wondering if it is porrible to draw money out of your bank account without having your bank card? This is because i lost my card the other week and i am still waiting for my new one to arrive. So could i go inside the bank and ask to draw money out?
Perhaps a recent bank statement (within the last 3 months) and either a passport or driving licence
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If you take in a form of photo ID and proof of your bank details for example a statement you can withdraw money. That was the case with halifax anyway because my card was stolen last christmas. Check with your bank first.
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Take a cheque book, write out a cheque to yourself and then cash it

A lot of cheque books these days are AC paye only, which sucks. A cheque book and or ID should be more than sufficient to get money out.
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You’ll need personal ID, that’s a given, but if you have something like a chequebook or a bank statement, it could make things easier for you.
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(Original post by Hollz)
I used to work for HBOS, yes you deffo can. Take ID and be prepared for a few security questions and you will be sorted
yep thats pretty much it
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don't they do withdrawal slips anymore? my bank book has some :confused:
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don't they do withdrawal slips anymore? my bank book has some :confused:
Or you can use the ones in the bank, still need ID though probably unless they know your face like in my local bank, then you'll require just your ac no and a signature.
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don't they do withdrawal slips anymore? my bank book has some :confused:
There are withdrawal slips? I know there are pay-in slips, but I don’t remember withdrawal slips… maybe I’ve had my debit card too long.
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There are withdrawal slips? I know there are pay-in slips, but I don’t remember withdrawal slips… maybe I’ve had my debit card too long.
yeah, although my bank has notices everywhere saying they're going to stop doing them.
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can help if you memorise the number of the account (or take astatement) and just have id with photo you will be fine.
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how much can I take out of the bank without the card
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(Original post by shane17021998)
how much can I take out of the bank without the card
Hey there, please don't bump old threads! You'll get much better answers if you make a new one

I'm going to close this thread now, but the answer to your question will really depend on which bank you're with; you might be able to find the answer on their website, or you could make a fresh thread on here to ask :yep:
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