I would guess putting in cashSubmitted by stevegwmonkseaton on Fri, 10/27/2017 - 13:44
I would guess putting in cash, especially in larger amounts, will only get more difficult with all banks. Have you looked at transferring money in there with a third party e.g. transferwise, currencyfair etc? I’m sure one of these or others will handle currency from any country.
Seems strange. If you have aSubmitted by modicasa on Sat, 10/28/2017 - 03:38
Seems strange. If you have a nonresident account you can still pay in cash, but will probably have to sign a form showing from where the money comes from (antirecycling laws) - for them to refuse a deposit seems bizarre. If you are non resident and EU citizens you can bring in 10.000 euros in cash legally, and there is no law to stop you putting it in your bank account. Id have a few strong words with the direttore.
Thank you. The lady whoSubmitted by Lindsay Horner on Sat, 10/28/2017 - 04:02
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Thank you. The lady who deals with cash was off sick and the stand in threw a strop and left the building. There was no one in the bank who could do it so we were left high and dry. The big issue was that we didn't have the pin for our bank card with us and the bank statement, copy of electricity bill and passport were not enough to allow us to pay into our account - which we have had for 15 years!
go to postal office , to paySubmitted by Ugo on Sat, 10/28/2017 - 08:12
You only need your bankSubmitted by modicasa on Sun, 10/29/2017 - 03:48
We had all of that and more -Submitted by Lindsay Horner on Sun, 10/29/2017 - 05:40
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Modicasa ,Submitted by Ugo on Sun, 10/29/2017 - 04:12
We were not paying any billsSubmitted by Lindsay Horner on Sun, 10/29/2017 - 05:38
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upper 3000 euro - only viaSubmitted by Ugo on Sun, 10/29/2017 - 08:02
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