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Default Bank accounts which work with Paypal

Having read loads of threads on this subject, can anyone confirm which accounts listed below work well with paypal and any which don't work or have caused problems when using a stealth account.

Natwest Basic
Santander Basic
Yorkshire readycash
Halifax easycash
Halifax variable rate web saver (with dd option)
Thinkbanking
Secure Trust bank
Evolution current account

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Natwest and Halifax are the solid ones on that list
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Co-operative - rock solid
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Cooperative are driving me mad recently....withdrawals seem to be taking ages to appear on my online banking
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coop,no problems

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Natwest Basic - Yes
Santander Basic - Should work but I've never had this account.
Yorkshire readycash - If same as Halifax then yes it will work.
Halifax easycash - Yes
Halifax variable rate web saver (with dd option) - For a while...
Thinkbanking - Yes
Secure Trust bank - NO
Evolution current account - Never had this one.
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Santander Basic is also fine.
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How long is 'for a while' with the Halifax web saver. I know that once you open a halifax easycash you can have 5 of the web saver accounts which do have a DD option once £100 is put in the account.
Would be useful to avoid the problem of opening loads of accounts with different banks and the credit checks and red flags that would cause!
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How long is 'for a while' with the Halifax web saver. I know that once you open a halifax easycash you can have 5 of the web saver accounts which do have a DD option once £100 is put in the account.
Would be useful to avoid the problem of opening loads of accounts with different banks and the credit checks and red flags that would cause!
Anyone have any experience with these?
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Anyone have any experience with these?

Yes i have and they were removed, i tired a couple within the last 12 months

need to add 2 to make one account.
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So just to confirm, does the Halifax web saver accounts work?
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no!!!!, no, not realistically. Have to fiddle too much. Better choices around.

What you need to do, is look for banks that allow more than one account.

Who do you use now?
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Any of these UK banks accept foreign registration? =)
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Not easily. Much the same as Australia. IDs etc, addresses.


But..... you just reminded me.Have some info on that
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no!!!!, no, not realistically. Have to fiddle too much. Better choices around.

What you need to do, is look for banks that allow more than one account.

Who do you use now?
Iam now using Natwest (8 Accounts) & Santander (3 Accounts)
So, iam wondering which banks would allow me to open a new account & still allow me to keep my other bank accounts.

Obviously they would also need to be able to do stealth DD Payments as well.
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Hi...how many basic bank accounts can you have with one bank...tia
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GB mind sending me some info? =)
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What about barclays ?
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What about barclays ?
I remember a thread from a good while ago that indicated that Barclays were no good. I don't know what the current position is and as I said it was a long time ago.
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Anyone one know about lloyds ?
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