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1 bank can only be used with 1 PayPal
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To Euroburst. Please let us know Why we should avoid Halifax?

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To Euroburst. Please let us know Why we should avoid Halifax?
Is this supposed to be directed at me??

I personally have never had any issues with using Halifax bank accounts but there are some forum members that have. The main issues they had were (1) mismatching names and (2) personal accounts being used for business purposes.

Any bank is capable of causing a problem with both the above but in the vast majority of cases they never bother to do anything.
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Default Re: Nine UK banks launch fee-free accounts

NatWest and Hsbc have been good for me
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Default Re: Nine UK banks launch fee-free accounts

I use lloyds personally and they're fine

I've opened a bunch of bank accounts

if I register more stealths will it work if I use mismatched name?

from what others are saying, if you use lloyds or halifax it's bad.

but santander doesn't mind mismatched names as long as account number and sort code are fine?

Is that it?
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Possible telling of the future? Sounds ominous

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I use lloyds personally and they're fine

I've opened a bunch of bank accounts

if I register more stealths will it work if I use mismatched name?

from what others are saying, if you use lloyds or halifax it's bad.

but santander doesn't mind mismatched names as long as account number and sort code are fine?

Is that it?
Lloyds are fine until they are not and they lock all the accounts.

I would just avoid them. There are so many banks out there why take the risk?
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I would love it if the Euro burst, and the EU
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Default Re: Nine UK banks launch fee-free accounts

Thats a great list.
I have been with Halifax for years and they are kinda very good.
Llyods can be funny at times.
Otherwise rest are Solid
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No you wont be able to
Its 1 bank account to 1 PayPal
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Default Re: Nine UK banks launch fee-free accounts

Just a quick note re -

Yorkshire and Clydesdale Banks Readycash Account

- it can not be opened directly ie you have to go through the long process of opening a normal current account and then if you fail to get a normal current account, then they offer you a Readycash account.
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Default Re: Nine UK banks launch fee-free accounts

Halifax actually now state in the transfer section of their site that the account name isn't checked. Lloyds is the same.
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Are you sure that is for incoming transfers not just outgoing transfers?
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Are you sure that is for incoming transfers not just outgoing transfers?
It was for an outgoing transfer. In the fields where you enter name of recipient, there is a text note stating (this is not checked).
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Default Re: Nine UK banks launch fee-free accounts

Yep that has always been the same

Its just the bank staying that if your sending it to the wrong person they are not responsible
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It was for an outgoing transfer. In the fields where you enter name of recipient, there is a text note stating (this is not checked).
Standard risk disclosure.
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