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    • 8th Jul 09, 5:00 PM
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    • 8th Jul 09, 5:00 PM
    if they are electronic ones and held within the Santander shareholder account then the only way to sell them is through that and its expensive! - see here

    if you have a paper certificate then go to any high street bank and deal over the counter - costs about £25 - £25 commission
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    • By barak 8th Jul 09, 5:39 PM
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    • 8th Jul 09, 5:39 PM
    Is there a cheap way to sell Banco Santander shares for someone who doesn't have access to the internet?.
    Originally posted by edda
    There are several suggestions here which you could investigate -
    ".....where it is corrupt, purge it....."
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