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August 05, 2013


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Internet Diallers? Is this 1996?

Chris Skinner

Agreed. In cut and pasting the moneywise content, I failed to spot this dinosaur. Suitably deleted!

neil burton

My bank seems happy to print my all-important bank account number and sort code on my debit card. It wants me to keep them secret, except (obviously) from zero-hour employees in sandwich shops and the like who get to look at it most days. (I checked, I don't yet have a tap-and-go. I bank with a once-trendy internet-only bank, which has struggled to keep up with the mainstream banks.) I can only keep it secret if I don't pay for anything. Or use cash. Why does the bank do this?

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