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    Hey all.

    I've got a quick question for ya'll.

    Can you cash cheques with RBS digital banking? I really can't be bothered going to the bank. :p:

    Also, when you cash a cheque in at the bank do you have to bring your cheque book with you? I don't have one but i have cheques here from peeps and all i want to do is pay them into my current account.

    Edit : I have a debit card. Should i bring that to the bank so they know where to put my money?

    Ahhh, i hate cheques...
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    (Original post by KardKaper)
    Hey all.

    I've got a quick question for ya'll.

    Can you cash cheques with RBS digital banking? I really can't be bothered going to the bank. :p:

    Also, when you cash a cheque in at the bank do you have to bring your cheque book with you? I don't have one but i have cheques here from peeps and all i want to do is pay them into my current account.

    Edit : I have a debit card. Should i bring that to the bank so they know where to put my money?

    Ahhh, i hate cheques...
    As far as I'm aware you have to pay cheques into a branch, you cannot do it online. You don't need your cheque book as that's for writing cheques to other people. You need to fill in a slip from your paying in book (I presume you have one) and take it to a cashier who will bank it for you.
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    (Original post by gracie88)
    As far as I'm aware you have to pay cheques into a branch, you cannot do it online. You don't need your cheque book as that's for writing cheques to other people. You need to fill in a slip from your paying in book (I presume you have one) and take it to a cashier who will bank it for you.

    What if i don't have a paying-in book? Can i use my debit card instead?

    Thanks for the info.
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    (Original post by KardKaper)
    What if i don't have a paying-in book? Can i use my debit card instead?

    Thanks for the info.
    Well, if you don't have a paying in book then there are usually paying in slips inside branches. Take your debit card with you as you'll need to fill in your sort code and account number. Then you could always ask the cashier if a new paying in book could be sent.
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    (Original post by gracie88)
    Well, if you don't have a paying in book then there are usually paying in slips inside branches. Take your debit card with you as you'll need to fill in your sort code and account number. Then you could always ask the cashier if a new paying in book could be sent.

    Thanks alot :yes:
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    You should be fine paying in with a debit card if you go to the teller. Indeed I have found in the past that if you fill in a slip they'll ask for the card (presumably easier for them).

    (I presume you actually mean you're presenting a cheque, i.e. wanting to pay it in to your account).
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    (Original post by KardKaper)
    What if i don't have a paying-in book? Can i use my debit card instead?

    Thanks for the info.
    you'll have to use a none pre-printed paying in slip and put your details on it as well as the full detaisl of each cheque you are paying in ...
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    I put in a cheque in RBS last week and I just handed it over and put my card and PIN in. No need for paying in slips or anything.
 
 
 
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