I'm guessing I would need to do it Monday and then open an account on Tuesday but that means taking 2 days off which I can't afford to do in my situation as I risk the chance of losing my temp job
Has anyone else had this same problem?
billykeats wrote:Thank you for that
The problem I now have is what accounts are available and I can open immediately the day after my B goes through. I can not go to Nationwide or Barclays as I have debts with them and they won't be too pleased if I come back. The Co-operative I have read takes 6-8 weeks to set up so thats not instant for me to get the direct debits moved over.
Are there anymore available to undischarged bankrupts that have firstly can open almost immediately with direct debit & standing order facility and then secondly have internet banking?
Heard about Natwest Step Account but not sure it is available to undischarged and also the Woolwich Card saver but not sure it has direct debit & standing order facilty.
Can anyone help please
billykeats wrote:Just been advised by Simon Wiggins that I shouldn't open an account with Nationwide!
As he has helped me alot so far I think I am going to have to bite the bulletand if necessary wait the 6-8 weeks for the Co-Operative Cashminder
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