|Phil 9||24/03/2018 11:57:30|
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I found some in a savings tin. Can I till bank them and if yes how long do I have left to do that.
Edited By Phil 9 on 24/03/2018 11:59:35
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I think a bank will still accept them
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Yes the banks will still take them, as it says on the note " I promise to pay the bearer".......
|Ben B||24/03/2018 12:28:05|
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|That only applies to the Bank of England. Other banks and companies do not have to..... they might agree to then they return turn to BoE but they're not obliged to.|
|Denis Watkins||24/03/2018 13:15:31|
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After the 1st March deadline, your own bank or building society will exchange them
|Phil 9||24/03/2018 13:49:04|
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I managed to get to the bank before they closed and they did change them. Thanks for the help
|Dave Hopkin||24/03/2018 14:58:10|
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The legal position is that the Bank of England will exchange them for ever as there are a promisary note for £10, but retail banks/building societies are not legally bound to accept them after the 1st March,
From our internal web site the XXXXXXX bank will continue to accept them and that position will be reviewed on the 1st September
|Former Member||24/03/2018 15:20:01|
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|Robert Parker||24/03/2018 16:31:54|
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My building society and local post office refused to accept a couple that I had saying that only banks would take them.
|Bob Burton||24/03/2018 17:02:35|
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I remembered that I still had one one earlier today so will be taking it into my bank next week. If they will not exchange it for a new one I will simply pay it in and ask to withdraw £10
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