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    Lloyds TSB: When do debits and credits 'show'
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    • 25th Nov 12, 9:30 PM
    Lloyds TSB: When do debits and credits 'show' 25th Nov 12 at 9:30 PM
    Hi everybody

    I have just switched to Lloyds TSB (Standard Classic Account) from Natwest and have a quick question....

    With Natwest debits and credits show when I log in over the weekend. For example - if a direct debit or standing order date falls on a Saturday, Sunday or Monday it's reflected in my available balance on a Saturday morning. Conversely if a salary credit is due and the date it's due falls on is a weekend day or Monday it shows on a Saturday morning. This suited me perfectly,

    Does anyone know if the situation is the same with Lloyds TSB? I have read through all the t's and c's - nothing is mentioned - also asked an advisor over the phone and she didn't understand what I meant. Hopefully one of you knowledgeable peeps will!

    Thank you

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