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    (Original post by BlocFFC)
    Regarding the NatWest account, how does the overdraft work regarding interest?
    You can go £500 (or whatever) overdrawn without having to pay interest on the money - you don't need to tell them in advance.

    If you want to go more overdrawn than your limit, you must tell them to organise an interest rate (if you don't inform them, then you are screwed and get charged 28% interest or £20 a day).

    Never go over your limit (and if you need to, tell them before you do).
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    Oooh, got to go.

    Teatime

    Be back soon!
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    (Original post by lets_make_some_music)
    two eggs
    Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, I have seven eggs total!:woo::woo:
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    (Original post by Gamer99)
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    No. And please quote me or I may miss it.
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    (Original post by Fanatique_des_Maths)
    yes. Your turn, I believe...
    oh dear, i didn't even notice that :o:
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    (Original post by Fanatique_des_Maths)
    yes. Your turn, I believe...
    i've got 2
    Which is the longest word in English?

    A cowboy rode into town on Friday, stayed three days, and rode out again on Friday. How did he do that?
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    (Original post by Fanatique_des_Maths)
    2 eggs. Of course.

    How many of each animal did Moses take onto the ark?
    I have seven eggs in my owenership!:woo::woo::woo:
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    '17.81%

    If you exceed your arranged overdraft facility or go overdrawn, you will be charged £38 for each unpaid item (eg. standing order, Direct Debit, cheque payments) '

    That's for Natwest if you go over your limit without telling them. Painful.
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    (Original post by Fanatique_des_Maths)
    2 eggs. Of course.

    How many of each animal did Moses take onto the ark?
    Two!I think!:woo::woo::woo:
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    (Original post by lets_make_some_music)
    i've got 2
    Which is the longest word in English?

    A cowboy rode into town on Friday, stayed three days, and rode out again on Friday. How did he do that?
    Because the horse is called Friday
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    (Original post by Jack Sparrow)
    Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, I have seven eggs total!:woo::woo:
    however you personally have two eggs on your posession as you have taken them out of the basket :p:
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    (Original post by lets_make_some_music)
    i've got 2
    Which is the longest word in English?

    A cowboy rode into town on Friday, stayed three days, and rode out again on Friday. How did he do that?
    English????

    Their horse was called Friday
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    (Original post by Gamer99)
    Because the horse is called Friday

    have you got the first one as well?
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    (Original post by Nelliephant)
    English????

    Their horse was called Friday
    nope (in the english language what is the longest word?)
    amd yeah
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    (Original post by lets_make_some_music)

    have you got the first one as well?
    No and I can't be bothered to google it (need to spam more instead)
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    (Original post by km31)
    interest free in first year, not sure about after that, it'll be on here somewhere:
    http://www.natwest.com/personal/stud...t-details.ashx
    Ta very much, will look further into this!
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    8200?

    Nooooo.
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    (Original post by lets_make_some_music)
    nope (in the english language what is the longest word?)
    amd yeah
    language?
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    (Original post by TheTallOne)
    8200?

    Nooooo.
    820?
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    (Original post by lets_make_some_music)
    820?
    No.

    I have to go now
 
 
 
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