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Depositing Cheque from Overseas

Posted by Sven Sven
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Hello there,


I'm currently overseas for work and received an Australian cheque in the mail (says " not negotionable, A/C PAYEE ONLY" made out into my name) that I want to deposit into my Bankwest account. Is there a way I can mail in the cheque from overseas? Apparently I got 70 days to deposit the cheque and would like avoid currency transfers and extra fees.





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Re: Depositing Cheque from Overseas

Posted by LyndsC LyndsC
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Hi @Sven, yes you can certainly post the cheque to us to be deposited. You would need to send it to: Bankwest PO Box E237 Perth WA 6841. Please include a note stating your full name, address and the details of the account that you would like the cheque deposited into and sign it. Thanks ^Lynds

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