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Hi Guys ,

need advice please .

 

 

Ive been told that i will have difficulty in withdrawing £20k from my Santander bank .

 

 

Anyone have any good advice on here and what is the process .

 

 

Seems pretty silly really as i need to purchase a car and its my bloody money ...

 

Thanks in advance

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For a sum that large, youd need a lot of ID, notice well in advance of withdrawel , reason why you need it, plus would have to go to a bank that could actually cope with that size of a withdrawel.

 

You cant just walk in off the street and expect to take 20k within a few minutes.


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Indeed, they usually do require some notice. Is this money from a savings account ? If so, you should have a read of the terms and conditions - I am sure you would be able to read those online.


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they may aslo want to know why you want it. If its for a large purchase you may need to provide invoice or osmething. All due to proving money is not being embezzled


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they may aslo want to know why you want it. If its for a large purchase you may need to provide invoice or osmething. All due to proving money is not being embezzled

 

Or for laundering. Be safer to get a bank draft than cash although there's probably a charge


 

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done several of those

 

 

why don't you do it by your internet webportal and bacs?

 

 

then when its landed, simply ask the dealer for a written receipt?

 

 

if this is a private sale

 

 

await it to appear on their statement online

and ask for a redacted print of it too?

 

 

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I would never pay 20k in cash to anyone.

Some criminals could see you withdrawing it and mug you.

Unless it's 'medication' money I would pay by bacs, cheque, card or banker draft.

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