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Maximum Cashpoint Withdrawal?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by The_Judge, Nov 8, 2006.

  1. The_Judge

    Wise Guy

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    whats the most i can get out of the cash point? i need £1500 cash tonight.
     
  2. ElRazur

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    £400 from abbey, while most bank will do 300pounds.

    PS
    Next time get up your big behind and go check yourself.
     
  3. Vixen

    Soldato

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    Location: Edinburgh

    It depends on you, your card, and your bank. For Natwest/RBS a maestro card would have a daily withdrawl limit of £250/£300. This would be higher for customers who request it or who have a lot of money.
    Your bank should be able to confirm it for you if you call customer services. You're not going to get £1500 out tonight though.
     
  4. nichorob

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    For large cash withdrawls I think you need to let your local branch know in advance and book to collect it.
     
  5. Rich_L

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    Hmm, I popped into the branch up from work with my passport and drew out £4k in cash, they gave it in £20's admittedly due to a lack of anything higher :p

    I think the advance warning is just so they can make sure they have the cash ready rather than a security procedure :)

    In respect of the OP - no chance! :p
     
  6. Sirrel Squirrel

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    ditto

    I tried to get 1500 cash out in a branch without telling them in advance and they said the max was 500 but because I was so nice they let me have a grand.
     
  7. Jez

    Caporegime

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    Natwest did me £3500 over the counter with no prior booking, just walked in with driving license/passport and answered a load of random questions.

    Cash limit's are usually £250 per day through the wall, although you can get £500 by waiting until midnight and using both days allowance.
     
  8. Slinwagh

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    I'll ask then shall I !!

    Why do you need it tonight?
     
  9. ElRazur

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    Lapdance parlour, drug deal gone wrong....? :p
     
  10. Jez

    Caporegime

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    If you are desperate i'll give £1500 cash tonight
     
  11. The_Judge

    Wise Guy

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    hmm, i have 3 diff cards, if i withdraw £300 from each and then at midnight do the same again, will that work?
     
  12. Jez

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    It should if your daily is £300 on each card (will be fine even if its £250 though - more likely), and you have the funds obviously.
     
  13. Mr Nice

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    Not if it's from the same account it won't
     
  14. dynabol

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    Yeah it would work, but don't be surprised if you get a call from your bank(s) wondering if you were getting robbed or something, as it would look quite suspicious...
     
  15. The_Judge

    Wise Guy

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    lol! nah, i wouldnt waste money like that, local cash game going down with a lot of fish involved, too good to pass up, should see a significant return on my money.
     
  16. Vixen

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    It's more likely they would block the card and contact him later ;).
     
  17. daz

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    When you withdraw money late at night, cashpoints should really have a warning "Are you really going to do something positive with this money?", "Do you really need to get this out?"
     
  18. Vixen

    Soldato

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    "Please call your bank to explain why you need the money" would be much better ;).
     
  19. nichorob

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    :D

    I wish they did, could of saved me thousands over the years!
     
  20. Spamalot

    Soldato

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    "should" let us know how it goes, what sort of blinds you playing?
     


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