Cashing foreign cheques
Thread poster: RosaT
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Jun 30, 2003

I know this must have been mentioned many times, but I can't seem to find the forum search function (is it still there??)

Anyone has any idea how much does a bank charge in the UK to cash a US cheque? An approximate idea would be fine.

Thanks in advance.


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Graciela Carlyle  Identity Verified
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find out with your bank Jun 30, 2003

You'll have to find out with your bank, or shop around.
Smile charges £4 for cheques under £100 and about £6 for more than £100.
NatWest charges a fortune because they charge for cashing the cheque and a commision for the currency exchange.
The best is to ask in your own bank and in several others because it might be worth changing to a cheaper one.


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Anyone has any idea how much does a bank charge in the UK to cash a US cheque? An approximate idea would be fine.

Thanks in advance.


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