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How do you pay money into your bank account?

I have never paid money into my account before and I want to pay some money in but am not sure how to do so.

My bank is HSBC. What information do I need to pay cash and how do I do it? From what I know it involves using a deposit slip?

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15 Responses to “How do you pay money into your bank account?”

  1. Georgia said:

    You probably need some form of ID, the money, a deposit slip and the checking account number you wish to put it in. Usually on the deposit slip there is room for a date, your name, how much you are depositing, which is essentially “paying money” into your account, and you fill that out and say you would like to deposit money into your account. Hand the teller the slip and the money and they should give you a receipt back.

  2. Dave said:

    I do online transaction. Also you can do DD or check options.

  3. ALAN T said:

    you walk in with your debit card and just use that to pay money in no problem

  4. David said:

    I use EFD.

  5. bluebell said:

    If you have a debit card, bring that and the cashier will talk you through the process. If you don’t have one, bring the bank account number. There will be a deposit slip to fill in, but here too the cashier will guide you. I assume you are going to put the money in at the branch where you have your account. If you are doing it from another branch, you will need the sorting code too.

  6. whycantigetagoodnickname said:

    If you have a card with your account, go to the bank with that and the money. Queue for a cashier (person behind the counter) and give them both – the card will give them the account details they need and the cash will go in.

    If you havent got a card then you need to have the SORT CODE and ACCOUNT NUMBER.

    The sort code is a 6 digit number such as 20-30-40, and the account number is 8 digits long – 12345678. You also need your name. You might have a paying in book if you do thats easier – go to the bank with that and the money and se the cashier if not go with the numbers and the cashier will be able to do the rest with them.

    If you struggle they will help you – its not tricky – tell you what you want and they will do it – the numbers are important or the card though

  7. aj at the bank said:

    Paying money in is what banks like best – so they make it really simple!

    Just take either your (1) cheque book or (2) the card the bank gave you when you opened the account.

    (1) In the back of the cheque book are paying-in slips – just ask the cashier how to fill it out & pass over the cash – they’ll do the rest.
    or
    (2) Just hand over the card and cash to the cashier – and they’ll do the rest! Easy as that!

    Good luck

  8. legs said:

    All you should need is a deposit slip (usually in Bank where you queue up for tills), complete one of these with your sort code, account number, name, date & signature. When you are called to till just hand slip & cash over to teller, they will give you a receipt. Easy really.

  9. Carol said:

    You visit your bank and there you can find deposit slips for different accounts.I believe yours is a saving account .Fill in your account number ,dates and the amount you wish to deposit and also mention the denominations.Its a very easy process ,even though if you make mistake ,they are their to rectify it.

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