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Posted by katet katet
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Hi there,When giving out my account number Ive noticed the norm is 9 digits. should I be giving only my 7 digits, or adding 00 at the front?

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Re: Account number only 7 digits

Posted by megrburgess megrburgess
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Depends on the bank. Some will accept the 7 but if not just add zeros in front Smiley Very Happy

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Re: Account number only 7 digits

Posted by LyndsC LyndsC
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Thanks for your question @Katetulip and your contribution @megrbrugess! This is correct, the account number is 7 digits, if for some reason this is not accepted and you're required to enter 9 digits, you can simply add 00 to the begining of the account number (ie: if your account number is 1234567 you can enter it as 001234567).

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