Sorry to be so far OT but does anybody know the correct name for the
re-usable bank bags, the clear ones that fold over and hold £20 in £1 coins
etc. I want lots of them, I know I can go into a bank etc and get a
handfull but I want lots for a project I am working on for my son's school.
I ask for the same if I go into a bank, but I want approx 1500 of the
blighters and they are unlikely to give me that many. So I was hoping to
find the correct name and buy some from a supplier.
The last time I wanted a lot fo them (enough to hold about £1000) they
bank staff were quite happy to dish them out, once I assured them would
be returning them filled to a _different_ branch, they recommened I
didn't turn up during lunch hour, so if you're cheeky you should get
them without much fuss ...
Banks who are keen to develop early brand loyalty. Why do you think they
give free overdrafts to layabou^Wstudents?
Which reminds me, must see if I've still got my Natwest Globe moneybox
and how much they sell for on Ebay...
There's a complete set on Ebay at £77 with 14 minutes to go - item no.
330111381340. They seem to go for about £90 per set. Sir Nathaniel on
his own goes for £50. A Cousin Wesley, who seems to be very rare, went
for £190 yesterday.
The original invenstments required were £5 for Woody, £25 for Anabelle,
£50 for Maxwell, £75 for Lady Hilary and £100 for Sir Nathaniel. Cousin
Wesley was for a Children's Bond with a £1000 investment.
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