Debit card reading £0.02 D in balance?

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  • Debit card reading £0.02 D in balance?


Answer #1 | 19/12 2013 13:54
Pounds , Shillings and Pence were the pre decimal monetary units from Roman and German origins used in the United Kingdom . Now it's just Pounds and Pennies or Pence written in old money as a lower case d , see wiki , you have an old receipt or your 2p in Debt ! It could build up ! After Nat West giving me repeated misinformation or porkies about transfers in post offices I changed banks , but keep 200 to remind me who the crooks are !
Answer #2 | 19/12 2013 13:59
You owe them 2p. Check the rules of your account - because any overdraft, however small, might cause them to charge you a fee - either a fixed amount or so much per day. Crazy as it seems, you could be charged as much as £25 for going 2p into debt.
Answer #3 | 20/12 2013 00:47
If you bank balance shows a CR number - then you have money in your account. if your balance shows a D or DR number, then it means you are overdrawn. So you are 2p overdrawn !

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