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Post by Vintage on Tue May 14, 2019 4:36 pm

Any one know which you can get quicker a firearms licence or a passport?
Our bank has closed two joint accounts through inactivity (they are savings accounts we put an amount in each to leave it there in the hope of some interest - mistake) we also have other accounts in the same bank that we are regularly using which really annoys me. My OH is ok driving licence and proof of address I don't and they won't allow just him to take over the accounts until I get something to prove who I am. I was advised to get a provisional licence, which I did but they now won't accept that.
So I'm looking through the Gov list and out of the ten things only three relate to me driving license - full, passport or firearms certificate or licence.
I doubt I'll pass my test within a month, passports take a while and firearms stuff I don't know.
If I get a firearms licence my OH joked we could show it at the bank then whip out a firearm and hold them up, right now I don't find it funny but a distinct possibility.

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Post by Victorismyhero on Tue May 14, 2019 9:09 pm

depends on which police authority you are in...some will process you a shotgun certificate inside 6-8 week, others...well it might just make a christmas present......however to keep it you will need to buy and register a shotgun inside of about 6 months to a year or they will question your "need" for one...(and you will need the secure cabinet to keep it in , and they will ask where you intend to use it ...look up local clay pigeon clubs....)

a passport may be your better bet.........

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Post by Vintage on Tue May 14, 2019 9:36 pm

Thanks sounds like the same wait so it'll have to be a passport. Could be a bit awkward I suppose if I have to get a gun, explaining I want it for the bank.

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Post by Syl on Tue May 14, 2019 11:19 pm

Vintage wrote:Any one know which you can get quicker a firearms licence or a passport?
Our bank has closed two joint accounts through inactivity (they are savings accounts we put an amount in each to leave it there in the hope of some interest - mistake) we also have other accounts in the same bank that we are regularly using which really annoys me. My OH is ok driving licence and proof of address I don't and they won't allow just him to take over the accounts until I get something to prove who I am. I was advised to get a provisional licence, which I did but they now won't accept that.
So I'm looking through the Gov list and out of the ten things only three relate to me driving license - full, passport or firearms certificate or licence.
I doubt I'll pass my test within a month, passports take a while and firearms stuff I don't know.
If I get a firearms licence my OH joked we could show it at the bank then whip out a firearm and hold them up, right now I don't find it funny but a distinct possibility.
I dont understand, if you have other accounts at the bank why do they need further proof of who you are
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If they accept your OH is joint owner, would your marriage certifate, or a utility bill not prove you are the other joint owner?

I had an online account closed by my bank through lack of use. I went in and played hell, they soon lifted the block.


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Post by Vintage on Wed May 15, 2019 12:08 am

It doesn't seem to carry any weight as it has to be done through a software programme that only recognises certain specified papers. Its so frustrating and ridiculous. I did have problems with another bank when we had to re invest some money, they did cave in when I completely lost it and said I would take my money out, although thinking about it I wouldn't have been able to do that because I couldn't prove who I was - for my own money! I'll have to get a passport, sort it out and then remove my money and write a letter to tell them why although its government rules to prevent money laundering.

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Post by Syl on Wed May 15, 2019 12:26 am

Vintage wrote:It doesn't seem to carry any weight as it has to be done through a software programme that only recognises certain specified papers. Its so frustrating and ridiculous. I did have problems with another bank when we had to re invest some money, they did cave in when I completely lost it and said I would take my money out, although thinking about it I wouldn't have been able to do that because I couldn't prove who I was - for my own money! I'll have to get a passport, sort it out and then remove my money and write a letter to tell them why although its government rules to prevent money laundering.
I have never heard of anything so ridiculous.
I would demand to speak to the bank manager and get him to sort it out.
Then I would take my business elsewhere.

Vintage, you must have a birth or marriage certificate, credit or debit cards, and if you have other accounts at the bank they KNOW who you are.
I'm confused.

Wish I could offer more help but I am stumped.

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Post by Cass on Wed May 15, 2019 5:26 am

That’s utterly stupid. I hope you can get it sorted out.

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Post by Vintage on Wed May 15, 2019 9:58 am

Thanks I am thinking of getting to see the bank manager as you say, its a ridiculous situation.

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Post by Tommy Monk on Wed May 15, 2019 11:03 am

Vintage wrote:Any one know which you can get quicker a firearms licence or a passport?
Our bank has closed two joint accounts through inactivity (they are savings accounts we put an amount in each to leave it there in the hope of some interest - mistake) we also have other accounts in the same bank that we are regularly using which really annoys me. My OH is ok driving licence and proof of address I don't and they won't allow just him to take over the accounts until I get something to prove who I am. I was advised to get a provisional licence, which I did but they now won't accept that.
So I'm looking through the Gov list and out of the ten things only three relate to me driving license - full, passport or firearms certificate or licence.
I doubt I'll pass my test within a month, passports take a while and firearms stuff I don't know.
If I get a firearms licence my OH joked we could show it at the bank then whip out a firearm and hold them up, right now I don't find it funny but a distinct possibility.


My passport ran out a few years ago and I didn't renew it until last year... thought it might be hard work because of the time lapse without in date passport... but I did it online and posted off the required stuff and I had my new passport back within 10 days!


Brilliant!


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