Can you pay money into First Direct at the post office?
If you have a 1st Account, you can use your debit card to check your balance, pay in (up to £6,000) and withdraw cash (which will count to your daily limit) at any of the 11,500 UK Post Office® locations across the UK. You can also pay in coins over the counter up to the value of £25 per transaction.
Do you need a paying in slip to pay in cash at the post office?
Paying in cash using a paying-in slip If you do not have a debit card for your account or if you prefer to, you can still use a pre-printed paying-in slip to pay cash in. As paying-in slips are personalised, you must present your own slip with your cash.
Is there a limit on paying in cash at post office?
For Personal Current Accounts and Joint Current Accounts, you can currently deposit cash at the Post Office free of charge up to a limit of £5,000 per calendar year. A maximum of £5000 per calendar year. A maximum of £5000 per single deposit.
Are Post Office cash deposits instant?
Cash deposited with a chip and PIN debit card will show in account immediately. Cash paid in using a paying-in slip will be added to your NatWest account by the end of the next working day, if paid in before the Post Office cut off time.
Can you pay HSBC into post office?
Everyday banking should be easy and convenient. If you have a HSBC UK current account, a quick visit to your local Post Office is often all you need to take care of the essentials. Use your debit card to check your balance, withdraw or deposit cash at any of the 11,500 Post Office locations across the UK.
Is HSBC part of first direct?
first direct is a division of HSBC UK Bank plc which is a member of the Financial Ombudsman Service.
Can you pay cash into your bank at the Post Office?
If you can get to a post office, you can just pop in and: Withdraw cash from your usual bank account using your card. Pay cash into your usual bank account using a card or paying-in slip. Check your bank balance using your card.
Can I pay cash into post office for Barclays?
All customers can withdraw or pay in cash and check balances using their Barclays debit card and PIN at thousands of Post Office branches across the country.
How long does it take to pay in cash at post office?
When you use a Post Office branch to pay cash into a current account with a paying in slip, the funds will show in your account, and be available for you to use from the day we receive them from the Post Office, which will usually be the next working day.
How do I pay money into post office?
How to deposit money online in a post office RD account?
- Step 1: First of all you need to add or transfer money from your bank account to IPPB account.
- Step 2: Head to the ‘DOP Products’ section and select ‘Recurring Deposit’
- Step 3: Now enter your RD account number and DOP customer ID.
What banks do the post office accept?
Most allow cheque and cash deposits, balance enquiries plus withdrawals. The main players include Bank of Scotland, Barclays, First Direct, Halifax, HSBC, Lloyds Bank, Nationwide Building Society, NatWest, Santander, The Co-operative Bank, The Royal Bank of Scotland, TSB Bank, Virgin Bank and Yorkshire Bank.
Can I pay in cheques at the post office?
So if you need to pay in cheques, you can drop into your local branch. You can pay in cheques, using a pre-printed first direct credit slip, from your paying-in book. You’ll also require a HSBC Post Office® cheque deposit envelope – which you’ll find on the Post Office® counter.
Can I deposit money into my first direct account?
Yes – with personalised paying in slip from First Direct, and a deposit envelope from a Post Office branch More Information For more information on banking with First Direct, visit: www.firstdirect.com .
Where do I send a cheque to firstfirst direct?
first direct, PO Box 1538, Northampton, NN1 9HY. And if you don’t have a paying in slip, just send the cheque along with a covering letter including your name, sort code, account number and when you’d like the cheque to credit. Leave the rest to us.
Can I bank at the post office?
HSBC and First Direct customers can now bank at Post Office The two banks have now joined the Post Office’s banking network, meaning customers can make withdrawals and deposits at branches around the UK. Banking at the Post Office More on banking