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Cashing an International Cheque without a nearby branch

Posted by BenJD BenJD
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How can I deposit an International Cheque (USD) without a nearby branch in NSW. There are Commonwealth bank branches nearby but no Bankwest branches. 

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Re: Cashing an International Cheque without a nearby branch

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Posted by DanaeC DanaeC
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Hi @BenJD, thanks for getting in touch. 
As we require you to sign a form acknowledging the rate, fees (if applicable) and terms and conditions at time of deposit, you are required to present in store with photo ID to deposit a foreign cheque. You can locate your closest store here.
I do apologise for any inconvenience.

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