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Just take a credit slip & the cash to any bank and they should do it for you.
No they won't - why should high street banks accept credits for IF and the like?
Try a branch of Halifax - they're all part of the same group. A bank where you hold an account may also take it.
Do you have an arrangement with any high street bank for depositing and withdrawing funds?
No, we do not. However, you can use any Halifax or Link cash machine to withdraw cash without charge. Other banks may charge for using their machines, and you will be warned if this is the case.
Most high street banks will accept a pay in to an account held with another bank so long as you have a preprinted pay in slip. Just watch out because they may charge you for doing so.
If you've got a cheque account you'll find preprinted pay in slips at the back of it and any branch of Bank of Scotland or Halifax should accept it for free as they're all part of HBOS.
IF is a subsidary of HBOS and Halifax/BOS branches are unable to accept credits for IF accounts as they are seperate from branch based accounts. Its best to either pay in cash at a clearing bank which you have an account with using an if payment slip. Or pay into another bank account, and do a BACS trasfer over to the IF account,
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