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Do You Still Handle Cash In Your Business??

Published by Ray Stewart in the blog Ray Stewart's blog. Views: 451

Are you a cash based business such as a Pub, Cafe or Shop? Do you still take your cash up to the Bank yourself or send a member of staff in your stead? Do you argue with your Bank about the charges they demand for counting notes???

Have you been attacked on the way to the Bank and had your takings stolen?

There is a much better way and it has been one of Banking's best kept secrets - until now! Our local NatWest small business manager, Zed, told me recently of a brilliant solution to handling cash in even the smallest of businesses where you have to make regular trips to the Bank. With all the attendant risks with carrying the cash and hanging around in the Bank waiting and then holding up the line whilst your cash is being counted by the clerk.

Well, in the 21st Century there is a better way that can save a cash based business £000's per year in charges, insurance and time.

Interested in learning more about this? Ring or email me asap and start 2013 with a money saving opportunity - and no - you do not have to Bank with NatWest - this applies to any business that handles cash regularly.

Merry Christmas to all UKBL members!

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