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Master Geek
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#196691 9-Jun-2016 12:10
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i have 2 item i need to pay for i don't do online banking so where would i go to pay for these items i have never had to pay any money via these 2 banks most of the time its kiwi bank or anz/bnz


first one is The Co-operative Bank
other one is TSB Bank


my mum is working in manukau mall and said she will make payments for me so where would she go to make the payments in manukau?




i would call them up but i don't have a phone

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Ultimate Geek
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  #1568589 9-Jun-2016 12:12
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Do it via phone banking or call your bank and get them to do it for you




The obvious answer is if you intend to pay in cash to those two banks you need to go into the physical branch to do it..


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  #1568596 9-Jun-2016 12:21
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Do it via phone banking or call your bank and get them to do it for you




The obvious answer is if you intend to pay in cash to those two banks you need to go into the physical branch to do it..





can't have not setup my a bank account yet (i get my money from my work in cash) so i would have to pay in cash i think tsb bank can be payed at a post office but im not to sure as that is where my mum goes to make bank payments for me for kiwi bank but The Co-operative Bank is too far away just to make a $6.50 payment my mum would spend more then that on gas just to get there


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  #1568598 9-Jun-2016 12:24
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Check the websites of those 2 banks, they should list locations.

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  #1568609 9-Jun-2016 12:33
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Get your mum to do it as an online payment and give her the cash. People really still go in to a bank to make a deposit/payment?

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  #1568624 9-Jun-2016 12:43
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Co-op Bank Manukau - 1/11 Ronwood Ave, Manukau
Closest TSB to Manukau is near the square at Botany Town Center if I remember correctly, they have few branches.

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  #1568775 9-Jun-2016 15:57
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I am guessing your in your teens or younger. Maybe talk to your mum about online banking, it would save you and your mum the hassle of having to drive around.




Most banks websites list their branch locations.




Good luck!

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  #1568810 9-Jun-2016 16:30
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Or talk to a friend or colleague who has online banking (let's face it, this must be 80%+ of NZers), get them to make the deposits on your behalf and give them the cash (assuming you're not talking huge amounts).

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Master Geek

  #1568826 9-Jun-2016 17:11
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Sorry I missed your message BigWolf.  I'm with Coop Bank and if it's $6.50 I'll happily pay it for you if you PM me with the details.  As for reimbursement - I'll come looking for you if I haven't got it back by Christmas!

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  #1569107 10-Jun-2016 07:22
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how about - just go to a bank and get a bank account setup (with any bank you like) and then do it online. That way you get a place to put spare cash but also future proof yourself from similar issues in the future.

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  #1569112 10-Jun-2016 07:27
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You should be able to go into any bank and make a payment to an account at any other bank in NZ.  Pick what ever is closest and pay both.  Which ever bank you go to will charge you for doing it most likely thou.

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