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hi everyone,

just wondering if anyone has experience with using RBS bank accounts on stealth accounts under completely different names. Sorry if its been asked before, i tried searching.

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hi everyone,

just wondering if anyone has experience with using RBS bank accounts on stealth accounts under completely different names. Sorry if its been asked before, i tried searching.

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i have used rsb and there are no probs
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Ive never tried RBS.

Robsut are you using a stealth paypal account with that bank account? and how long have you been withdrawing from paypal to it?
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Ive never tried RBS.

Robsut are you using a stealth paypal account with that bank account? and how long have you been withdrawing from paypal to it?
@robust, ^ if so, are you using any RBS saving accounts with any success in stealth?

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Not sharing your magic tricks Alps? :D

@OP, let us know if you sort your problem out, it would help others

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Ive never tried RBS.

Robsut are you using a stealth paypal account with that bank account? and how long have you been withdrawing from paypal to it?
It works a treat mate i got 3 RBS CURRENT ACCOUNTS withdrawing under stealth names NAY-PROBLEMO:D
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It works a treat mate i got 3 RBS CURRENT ACCOUNTS withdrawing under stealth names NAY-PROBLEMO
Good news, how different is your stealth name to the name on your RBS accounts?

So you have not tried the saving accounts?

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IF you use RBS, you dont need to worry about savers.

You get their current account, then use the online services & make key accounts, easy-peasy great even if credit is pooor
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Oh they are completely different from my actual name.

And as for savings accounts, thats a different story, its covered on a few different threads, savers are tempermental.. Better to steer towards current accounts for the meantime
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And as for savings accounts, thats a different story, its covered on a few different threads, savers are tempermental.. Better to steer towards current accounts for the meantime
I know yeah, I was just hoping you would say RSB savings are the bomb!! :D



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You get their current account, then use the online services & make key accounts, easy-peasy great even if credit is pooor
Forgot about the key accounts at RSB

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Nosey-one, I want you to say this 1000 times:

I will try not to use savers for paypal
I will try not to use savers for paypal
I will try not to use savers for paypal
I will try not to use savers for paypal
I will try not to use savers for paypal
I will try not to use savers for paypal

Why? it is better for a longer life of a paypal account to have bank account that gets minimum attention. Current accounts allow control with DD & removing mandates to stop paypal getting their grubby hands on your money
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Nosey-one, I want you to say this 1000 times:

I will try not to use savers for paypal
I will try not to use savers for paypal
I will try not to use savers for paypal
I will try not to use savers for paypal
I will try not to use savers for paypal
I will try not to use savers for paypal
They are so addictive because of how easy you can set them up at a bank you are with...

plus my NatWest savings account is still going

BUT I have said it 100 times and curent accounts are on the menu from now on!

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Carefully selected banks like RBS allow the same luxury of creating current accounts easily
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rbs electron is current account and you can open several, same as Halifax in fact my rbs accounts appear with my Halifax accounts with on line banking.
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IF you use RBS, you dont need to worry about savers.

You get their current account, then use the online services & make key accounts, easy-peasy great even if credit is pooor
and you can make as many key accounts you would like with no problems; no questions asked.. it's the best ever!
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