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Default Re: Halifax bank no good for stealth

Banks do not just shut down accounts from a mismatching name. There will be a lot more to it than that.
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do u work in a bank james?
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Default Re: Halifax bank no good for stealth

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do u work in a bank james?
No, but James has a tad more common sense than you appear to show.

Your son must have just had a birthday too? In this post you wrote thus:

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the account was my sons and hes only 17 and i only put around 2k in there from paypal and they closed it today and asked for a paypal statement before he could take the 160 sat in there out
That bank account had certain requirements because it was given to a minor
(ie under 17 years). Used in the incorrect way means the bank takes action.

Read the fine print next time.

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Default Re: Halifax bank no good for stealth

I use Halifax with no issues at all.

Are you allowed a PayPal account if you are under 18? Maybe that's why? Who knows.. but you're doing something wrong!
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not bothered about halifax thread closed and next bank
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so whats the points of owning 6 bank account if there is no cash into it.
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i run 2 stealth with natwest classic and saving and they works great.

got lloyds it has nothing lol havent used it for 6 months
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they all 6 accounts are black listed on paypal been like that for 5 years
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they all 6 accounts are black listed on paypal been like that for 5 years
You mean your 6 paypals with bank accounts attached are limited and can not be used any more?

Blacklisted means something different, Hun.

That means the bank should never be considered as OK for stealth purposes.

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You mean your 6 paypals with bank accounts attached are limited and can not be used any more?

Blacklisted means something different, Hun.

That means the bank should never be considered as OK for stealth purposes.

yes limited on paypal I means the same to me
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yes limited on paypal I means the same to me
Noobs reading the thread may not.
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just waiting to see if they reincarnate on paypal and i can re use them again might give paypal and ring and ask them what do u think?
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Default Re: Halifax bank no good for stealth

A bank account attached to a permanently limited paypal may never be used again on paypal.

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Default Re: Halifax bank no good for stealth

If currant accounts close the bank accounts down and then open them again in six months.

If you are smart add a couple of direct debits from your house make sure that paypal is not one of them. So remove it online or by phone.

Then go to another bank that you do not have and use the switching services who will close the other account down for you. If you added a couple of direct debits then most even pay you money for it. (sorry my greedy ways kicking in but others may like money who read this.)
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just waiting to see if they reincarnate on paypal and i can re use them again might give paypal and ring and ask them what do u think?


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it was a joke chaps
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If currant accounts close the bank accounts down and then open them again in six months.

If you are smart add a couple of direct debits from your house make sure that paypal is not one of them. So remove it online or by phone.

Then go to another bank that you do not have and use the switching services who will close the other account down for you. If you added a couple of direct debits then most even pay you money for it. (sorry my greedy ways kicking in but others may like money who read this.)
yes u r correct some banks offer 100 for switching
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Default Re: Halifax bank no good for stealth

I can understand most account sellers don't like me advertising that mismatched names can end up with bank accounts closed but its a fact of life
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have applied online for a Halifa Easy Cash card wait and see now
Really stuck on Halifax...hit up other banks steve...
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I can understand most account sellers don't like me advertising that mismatched names can end up with bank accounts closed but its a fact of life
The fact of life is you talk rubbish.

In this incident, you abused the child's bank account.

Halifax was obliged by its own rules to close the account.

That, my friend, is the fact of life.

Dont try to insult the IQ of users here with your claims. This is happening because you are not using the known systems correctly.

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Default Re: Halifax bank no good for stealth

well i have a tesco saver account under security check so i will get back its not teenagers account its mine and let you no what happens
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well i have a tesco saver account under security check so i will get back its not teenagers account its mine and let you no what happens
Under security check as in might get shut down? Or just starting a new one?
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