Money, investing, mutuals etc
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planteria wrote: ↑
Wed Jul 28 2021 1:00pm
i broadly agree with that Richard… for all their faults, HSBC, Lloyds, Barclays and NatWest are all providing banking facilities as part of their core business, generally do a good job of doing so and are set to continue with minimal disruption.
Do they? Went into Lloyds in the early afternoon last week and tried to get some £5 notes. The cashier had a run on notes earlier and only had 3 left, less than I had asked for. Obviously not able to top up her desk and her colleague had computer problems. So I had the bare minimum I needed and will have to go in hope again tomorrow.
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yes, and you 'Liked' at the time.
"generally do a good job of doing so"
i don't know why you specifically need £5 notes. it's very rare that i would want to withdraw cash from a counter, and very unusual that i want to withdraw cash from a cash machine, and if i do i wouldn't care what denomination the notes were in.
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