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2 minutes ago, Xander said:

Yes, not far from the uni. Your not insinuating students are poor, are you?😁

It's unusual for £5 notes to be loaded into ATMs.........other than in student areas and maybe rough-arse-neighbourhoods.

If anybody has a stack of £20s/£50s at home those ATMs are might help you slowly switch to some plastic notes over the next year.

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6 minutes ago, HelpingHands said:

It's unusual for £5 notes to be loaded into ATMs.........other than in student areas and maybe rough-arse-neighbourhoods.

If anybody has a stack of £20s/£50s at home those ATMs are might help you slowly switch to some plastic notes over the next year.

My old £50s  are well spent. The wife makes sure of that.

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Never had a fiver from an ATM in years . Incidently was advised by my branch that you can withdraw £500 a day from an ATM these days. Som100 sheets in your case😀

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On 12/01/2019 at 20:19, Xander said:

I went to the ATM today and withdrew £200, the machine spat out 40 £5 notes. Are the banks running out of money?

that's not a bad thing, you might be lucky and get a fiver with Harry Kane or Harry Maguire picture on it.

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