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Poll: How do you use online banking?


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We want to know how you use online banking?

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Poll: How do you use online banking?

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Aitchbee

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Along with the steady demise of local Post Offices and Banks, there is a new 'pressure' on people who receive benefits, to go online to manage their money. Many people [of a certain age] will be confused, as to how to go about handling their finances on a computer.

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Bing.alau

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I know there was a rumour that they were going to finish off the cheque system, but haven't heard it mentioned recently. My banking is very much like chub_tor's above, but there are times when I have to pay by cheque. But mostly I pay by my debit card. I do not have to walk miles to put the received ones in my account though, my bank is only a few minutes away by car. I can pay bills by direct transfer or lend my son or daughter cash when they need it (providing I have it, and they promise to pay it back). All in all, I am a dedicated on line customer of my bank. Thank God I don't have to do the queuing up I used to do, we always get in the wrong queue don't we? You know... the one that closes when you get to the window....

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Bing.alau

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Aitchbee, yes I know 30 and 40 year old's who get confused easily too. As Terry Wogan used to mention often he graduated from the "School for the Bewildered". Probably the same one as me.

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Aitchbee

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Bing.alau - you are fortunate, many people who are less 'au fait' with the intricacies of 'online banking ' will be completly baffled, especially if they live on their own, without support from relatives.

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