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    • Old Git
    • By Old Git 18th Jun 17, 6:17 PM
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    paying cash into nationwide account
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    • 18th Jun 17, 6:17 PM
    paying cash into nationwide account 18th Jun 17 at 6:17 PM
    is there any way to pay cash into a nationwide current account without going to a nationwide branch .

    Can it be paid via the post office or another bank .It will be CASH every 4 weeks .Approx £70 .

    Cant to DD or online .
    "Do not regret growing older, it's a privilege denied to many"
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    • jonesMUFCforever
    • By jonesMUFCforever 18th Jun 17, 6:26 PM
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    • 18th Jun 17, 6:26 PM
    Why can't it be sent online?
    (You pay the cash into your own account then send it online)
    What goes around - comes around
    give lots and you will always receive lots
    • Old Git
    • By Old Git 18th Jun 17, 6:31 PM
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    • 18th Jun 17, 6:31 PM
    Why can't it be sent online?
    (You pay the cash into your own account then send it online)
    Originally posted by jonesMUFCforever
    its for a disabled person who doesn't have online . The options are cash or cash .
    "Do not regret growing older, it's a privilege denied to many"
    • xylophone
    • By xylophone 18th Jun 17, 7:15 PM
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    • 18th Jun 17, 7:15 PM
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    • 18th Jun 17, 7:15 PM
    Does somebody want to give the disabled person £70 a month?

    Could the donor not set up a standing order from his own account?
    Last edited by xylophone; 18-06-2017 at 7:29 PM. Reason: typo
    • YorkshireBoy
    • By YorkshireBoy 18th Jun 17, 7:22 PM
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    • 18th Jun 17, 7:22 PM
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    • 18th Jun 17, 7:22 PM
    Can it be paid via the post office
    Originally posted by Old Git
    Not according to the information on the Post Office website.
    or another bank .
    Can't answer that, but I wouldn't think so. It's certainly not an option in their current account T&Cs or 'ways to bank' on their website.

    Why not give Nationwide a call (on the person's behalf, if their disability prevents them using a telephone)? You won't need to go through security for a general enquiry such as this.
    • Geoff1963
    • By Geoff1963 18th Jun 17, 7:44 PM
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    • 18th Jun 17, 7:44 PM
    The question to Nationwide begins, "Hello, I'd like to give you some money . . .
    They should fall over themselves to help.
    • TheShape
    • By TheShape 18th Jun 17, 7:57 PM
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    • 18th Jun 17, 7:57 PM
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    • 18th Jun 17, 7:57 PM
    The question to Nationwide begins, "Hello, I'd like to give you some money . . .
    They should fall over themselves to help.
    Originally posted by Geoff1963
    £70 a month?! I imagine the CEO will collect it by hand and deposit it himself
    • YorkshireBoy
    • By YorkshireBoy 18th Jun 17, 8:05 PM
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    • 18th Jun 17, 8:05 PM
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    • 18th Jun 17, 8:05 PM
    The question to Nationwide begins, "Hello, I'd like to give you some money . . .
    Originally posted by Geoff1963
    ...and ends with "and being as it's a current account I trust you'll understand I only want you to hold it for a few days/weeks/months until I spend it".

    "Fall over themselves"? Nah.
    • Old Git
    • By Old Git 18th Jun 17, 8:10 PM
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    • 18th Jun 17, 8:10 PM
    Does somebody want to give the disabled person £70 a month?

    Could the donor not set up a standing order from his own account?
    Originally posted by xylophone
    other way around .Disabled person has to pay £70 every month . Its a rent top up . The rest of the rent is paid by housing benefit .
    "Do not regret growing older, it's a privilege denied to many"
    • YorkshireBoy
    • By YorkshireBoy 18th Jun 17, 8:14 PM
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    other way around .Disabled person has to pay £70 every month . Its a rent top up . The rest of the rent is paid by housing benefit .
    Originally posted by Old Git
    So Landlord's account is with Nationwide, not the disabled person's? Why can't disabled person set up a standing order from their own current account? Or does it have to be cash?
    • Old Git
    • By Old Git 18th Jun 17, 8:17 PM
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    So Landlord's account is with Nationwide, not the disabled person's? Why can't disabled person set up a standing order from their own current account? Or does it have to be cash?
    Originally posted by YorkshireBoy
    part of the disability is memory loss .They will forget to leave money in the bank .ONLY option is CASH or CASH .
    "Do not regret growing older, it's a privilege denied to many"
    • YorkshireBoy
    • By YorkshireBoy 18th Jun 17, 8:22 PM
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    part of the disability is memory loss .They will forget to leave money in the bank .ONLY option is CASH or CASH .
    Originally posted by Old Git
    I think they will be onto a loser. Do they have a current account? Might a posted cheque be an option?

    (I'm aware you've said "cash or cash" twice. Just trying to offer alternatives).
    • xylophone
    • By xylophone 18th Jun 17, 8:24 PM
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    Is there nobody to help the disabled person?

    Otherwise, what's to prevent the disabled person constantly going into overdraft?
    • takman
    • By takman 18th Jun 17, 9:06 PM
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    part of the disability is memory loss .They will forget to leave money in the bank .ONLY option is CASH or CASH .
    Originally posted by Old Git
    No it's not you just want that to be the only option!.

    For a disabled person with memory loss then the best option would be one that is done automatically without them having to do anything.

    So a second account should be opened with their bank. Setup a standing order which transfers the £70 from their main account to their second account on the day they get paid. Then have a standing order on the second account which pays it to the landlord when it is due.

    But if they have memory loss which would mean they would forget to save the £70 in their bank. What stops them from forgetting to not spend the £70 cash and not forgetting to pay it in?
    • Old Git
    • By Old Git 18th Jun 17, 9:38 PM
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    Is there nobody to help the disabled person?

    Otherwise, what's to prevent the disabled person constantly going into overdraft?
    Originally posted by xylophone
    they empty the account as the money goes in .They put money in an envelope for the rent every week .When it hits £70 its time to pay .
    "Do not regret growing older, it's a privilege denied to many"
    • YorkshireBoy
    • By YorkshireBoy 18th Jun 17, 11:11 PM
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    So, in summary, the answer to the question "Can it be paid via the post office or another bank?" is no it can't.

    So what are they (and/or you) going to do now?
    • Old Git
    • By Old Git 19th Jun 17, 7:27 AM
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    So, in summary, the answer to the question "Can it be paid via the post office or another bank?" is no it can't.

    So what are they (and/or you) going to do now?
    Originally posted by YorkshireBoy
    the landlord has changed his bank from a local bank to nationwide .So far nothing has been paid to nationwide .
    "Do not regret growing older, it's a privilege denied to many"
    • agrinnall
    • By agrinnall 19th Jun 17, 7:51 AM
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    they empty the account as the money goes in .They put money in an envelope for the rent every week .When it hits £70 its time to pay .
    Originally posted by Old Git
    And what happens when they forget (as you've said they will) to put money into the envelope one week? It's a rubbish solution. If, as I assume they must, this person has money coming into an account on a regular basis they should set up another account, have a SO to move the rent money into that account, then another SO to move the £70 to the LL's account every month.
    • xylophone
    • By xylophone 19th Jun 17, 11:19 AM
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    If the memory loss is likely to worsen, should the disabled person be granting POA to a friend or relation?
    • eskbanker
    • By eskbanker 19th Jun 17, 1:03 PM
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    I understand that NW remioved the perk of European Health Insurance last end.

    Does anyone know or has read any news about them not extending the insurance once certificate is expired for this who currently still have it ??
    Originally posted by adindas
    You've been on this forum for long enough to know that you should start a new thread for something completely unrelated to the topic of this thread....
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