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What are the best UK bank, vba and vcc to utilise for stealth ebay and Paypal accounts?
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i find halifax,coop and natwest are rock solid

stay away from lloyds

as far as im aware there are no uk vba to use on pp

entropay is good or if your unsure get a card from one of the uk sellers on here that will work fine
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I second everything tsms has said. Sadly forget VBAs for the UK at the current time. My preference for a card would be from a seller on here. Entropay are starting to be a little bit problematical for SOME people

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Ok is a vcc needed as much as a bank account?
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try selling something without a bank account
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I read in a post on here a while ago there is a UK bank Acc you can get which is good for stealth , can't remember the name but it cost around 12 per month

Does anyone know what I'm talking about and if so can you still use it and what's the name

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I read in a post on here a while ago there is a UK bank Acc you can get which is good for stealth , can't remember the name but it cost around 12 per month

Does anyone know what I'm talking about and if so can you still use it and what's the name

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anyone using santander 123 current acc ?

i tried an application out of the blue through my experian account link and got accepted 1st time round

this type of thing does not normally happen to me
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UK Santander accounts are fine for stealth.
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anyone using santander 123 current acc ?

i tried an application out of the blue through my experian account link and got accepted 1st time round

this type of thing does not normally happen to me
Is nice account. You can (down the track) make another account without going to bank
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This smiley above always makes me laugh on here, stealth man haha
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I have just today gone to RBS as i already had a standard basic account (current with debit card, no o/d) and asked if I could open another account easily as i wanted to separate different saving streans to be told no problem - how many did i want and they would even put a 2nd description line on the card ie mr xx xxxxxxx, number two account

I asked for 4 and she is putting the forms already completed for me in the post - all i have to do is sign and put the description i want on each card - easy as !

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What about Barclays account ?
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i have been using a barclays basic account for some time now
with no problems at all, i would say they are a safe bet, very easy to open an account with them also, =)
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I have just today gone to RBS as i already had a standard basic account (current with debit card, no o/d) and asked if I could open another account easily as i wanted to separate different saving streans to be told no problem - how many did i want and they would even put a 2nd description line on the card ie mr xx xxxxxxx, number two account

I asked for 4 and she is putting the forms already completed for me in the post - all i have to do is sign and put the description i want on each card - easy as !

Hope that helps
when i opened my 4th RBS & Natwest accounts they shut the lot down. be careful
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I used co-op , hsbc and halifax in past with some bad luck.

Working smoothly with Natwest Bank Now.

Hope that helps.

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I use co-op, i've had my stealth account for over a year & had no problems up to now!

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halifax, coop, natwest, barclays, satander all solid

santander work too
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when i opened my 4th RBS & Natwest accounts they shut the lot down. be careful
The key to success with multiple accounts with one banking group is not how many you have but how they are used.

Been mentioned before that you need to be seen to use them as 'normal' accounts.

If all they do is receive funds from p/p in a mismatched name then the bank will start to take a closer look at all your accounts. They have a legal obligation to monitor all customer accounts for unusual activity that may indicate money laundering.
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Another good one to use, which a lot of people forget about is Bank of Scotland, which is actually Halifax - (HBOS - Halifax Bank of Scotland). I have opened several basic accounts with them and you can do it online.

Plus if you already bank with the Halifax you can just add your new Bank of Scotland accounts straight onto your Halifax online banking service - same password etc as your existing Halifax account! Plus you can do any other banking you need to do at any Halifax branch. Top tip if I do say so myself!
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