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Do you need ID with you to withdraw over 250 at the counter?
different banks have different policies. I've withdrew larger amounts with that at Nationwide with nothing more than my bank card
and a balaclava will do.
you won't need id for any amount you can withdraw from a cashpoint.
hence my question.
Is there any other way around it? Security questions or something?
They give you the money, then ask you security questions!!
(the answer is yes, if you don't have ID, they should ask you security questions)
I had to have ID, and even when I wnet back the next day (with my card) to the same person she still asked for my passport
You wouldn't need ID to click a £500 order through amazon - just your card.
though this would blates never happen. anyway, if it came out that a teller hadn't asked someone for ID and just blindly given them a grand from someones bank account, they'd probably get in the shit. and so would the bank. media outrage!
Usually: Date of birth, postcode and place/amount of your last withdrawal.
WHAT IF THEY HAD AN ACCOMPLICE WHO WAS HOLDING YOU AND YOUR FAMILY HOSTAGE AND YOU COULD HAVE TOLD THEM ALL THAT INFO AND STUFF
I'm an idiot.
(that's the advert. and my answer. if you were called will)
you might be ok with that
I'll give it a try anyway
do they still give out money using this method?
What have we here?
For now, 'YOU FUCKING MORON' will do! :)
can't you just take it out... twice? or however many times.
anyway, i'd say ID is probably necessary.
then again if you know your PIN...
they said all i needed was my pin number.
so kind of the same as a cash point really isnt it... dorks
"Can I withdraw £950 please?"
"Yes, insert your card and PIN"
Bob's yer uncle.
Actually that was quite worryingly easy. Note to self: never, ever give anyone my pin number.
Well, I never.
Don't announce to the internet that you have £950 about your person. No one mug me please.
And yes it was the one near Strutton Ground, which is the worst Natwest in the world.