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depositing a foreign cheque

Posted by AnnaM AnnaM
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Hi - I maybe receiving an English cheque in Sterling payable to myself from an English company. Can I pay this into my Bankwest account and what are the fees, processes etc?


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Re: depositing a foreign cheque

Posted by MegB MegB
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Hi @AnnaM, to deposit a foreign cheque into your account, you will need to head into your local branch with photo ID. The fee for this is $15 and the teller will process this for you. You can locate your closest branch on our website HERE

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