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Old 06-01-2010, 11:55 AM
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I doubt there are any near me so will the banks change all my coins or do they only change a certain number of money bags?
Depends which bank.
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Are these HSBC?

Anyone know of central London/City Natwest Branches that offer this service?
Yeah those are all HSBC branches, sorry i didn't clarify cos it started off as HSBC machines at the beginning of the thread.

Also the Portsmouth Natwest branch refers to big one in Commercial road in the city centre.

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Old 06-01-2010, 10:48 PM
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I enclsoe below a copy of the e-mail I received some time ago from HSBC Customer Service on how to use the Coin Deposit Machines:


Thank you for your recent enquiry regarding our coin deposit machines. I can confirm that in order to use the machine you will need to insert your HSBC debit card of the account you wish to credit then deposit your coins into the chute.

There is not need to bag up the coins as the machine automatically counts them for you. I would however request that if you have a lot of coins, you deposit them gradually as excessive amounts at the same time can cause the machine to jam and freeze.
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Natwest in Hayes has one according to the Uxbridge branch (who tell me they don't)
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Old 25-02-2010, 10:26 PM
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HSBC, High Street, Exeter
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Barclays in Market Street Manchester has one, it's not visible from the entrance though.
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I save mine up and then pour it all into the self service tills at my local Tesco. Just go early or late in the day!!!
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Old 19-10-2010, 6:01 AM
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Do HSBC charge a percentage to non-hsbc card holders?

There is one in Poole, Dorset hight street
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Hello,

I've just stumbled upon this thread, so can I ask a question please?

Firstly, I didn't know these excisted, hence my question, I've always taken coins to Coin Star Machines, and paid the fee, assuming the only other way was to bag them up and end up being a few coins short on all the bags, thus not being able to pay them in.

So, If I take my coins to a machine at HSBC, do I get a receipt which I then take to the cashier who gives me the money. In the same way as the Coin Star works.

I don't bank with HSBC so can't pay the cash in.
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Old 19-10-2010, 9:23 AM
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From what's been said you need to be a HSBC account holder (current)
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Old 19-10-2010, 9:46 AM
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Any HSBC account will do so long as you have the sort code and account number.
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Old 19-10-2010, 10:01 AM
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My friends have used my sort/account number and I've internet banked the money to them when done.
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RBS - Gordon Street and Parkhead/The Forge branches in Glasgow.
You need a RBS Card or Pay-in slip.
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Hello,

I've just stumbled upon this thread, so can I ask a question please?

Firstly, I didn't know these excisted, hence my question, I've always taken coins to Coin Star Machines, and paid the fee, assuming the only other way was to bag them up and end up being a few coins short on all the bags, thus not being able to pay them in.

So, If I take my coins to a machine at HSBC, do I get a receipt which I then take to the cashier who gives me the money. In the same way as the Coin Star works.

I don't bank with HSBC so can't pay the cash in.
You could just take a couple of spare coins in with you incase that happens. Your counting can't be so bad you get every bag wrong can it!
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Old 20-10-2010, 4:43 PM
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hsbc-princes street branch, edinburgh
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I don't think this branch has been mentioned:
HSBC Bank PLC, Parliament Street, York.
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Old 20-10-2010, 7:12 PM
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There is a list of HSBC machines with coin sorting machines in this thread

HSBC also provide details of the facilities branches have here - though they does not include details of all UK branches.

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Do HSBC charge a percentage to non-hsbc card holders?

There is one in Poole, Dorset hight street
No, you have to bank with HSBC to use it. The Poole one is my local one too
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Old 21-10-2010, 8:16 AM
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Also one in HSBC Market Deeping High Street also has one( about 8 miles from Peterborough
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Does anyone have an up to date list? Or know where I can get onr from?

I collect coins for charity and would love to use this facility

Why dont all banks invest in them?


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