current account without debit card

Hi, I need to open a bank account as I will be the secretary of some flats freehold. The previous secretary had a Lloyds current account without a debit card, only with on-line payments & transfer. I haven't found one. I guess I could just open a traditional one and keep the debit card in a drawer. We won't have much money in the account. Any suggestion? Thanks.


  • penners324
    penners324 Posts: 2,580
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    Just done this. Opened a virgin business account as it's free.

  • eskbanker
    eskbanker Posts: 29,817
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    Main thing would be to ensure it's a business account rather than a personal one, but as you say, it shouldn't be an issue for there to be a debit card, nobody's going to force you to use it, although some might require it for authentication purposes....
  • born_again
    born_again Posts: 13,565
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    Any will do that. If a card turns up, simply ring & cancel, saying you do not want one.
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  • Olinda99
    Olinda99 Posts: 1,164
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    debit card can be useful for example resetting internet logon details if you forget things
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