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    withdrawing from a post office account
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    • 10th Feb 08, 11:01 AM
    withdrawing from a post office account 10th Feb 08 at 11:01 AM
    HI everyone,
    My daughter has a post office Investment account. She would like to withdraw some money, and I can't understand whether to send the passbook with the request form or not! She is withdrawing cash. The instructions say "don't send us your passbook, unless you are applying for deposits not yet entered in your book". This is where I'm a bit confused. Does the post office clerks entry mean that it is entered in the book or do they mean, not yet electronically updated the book? I can't decide. Any help would be great appreciated,
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