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NatWest Poland

LiamM
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NatWest Poland

As I walked past my local NatWest, I Couldn't resist snapping this one to post here!
http://natwest.com/polish.asp
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LiamM
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Re: NatWest Poland

You can even get Online Banking in Polish too : https://world.nwolb.com/default.aspx
LiamM
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Re: NatWest Poland

Wait, I don't see them offering it other languages!?!
:-P
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Re: NatWest Poland

Others follow where PlusNet leads perhaps?  Wink

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LiamM
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Re: NatWest Poland

:-)
MikeWhitehead
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Re: NatWest Poland

I shall complain at once! Hehe.
Hopefully this will show others that PlusNet are not the only providing support to an additional language yet not every language used.
As Bob says, it's good to see other businesses following in PNs footsteps Tongue
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Re: NatWest Poland

Now who is dragging up old topics! Oh, and the forum rules have still not been updated to show who all the moderators are.
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Re: NatWest Poland

Grrr.
moemoff
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Re: NatWest Poland

I could never see what the fuss was all about.. live and let live.
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Re: NatWest Poland

Lloyds TSB offer Polish stuff as well (at least, it looked Polish in the poster in the branch in Stirling)
MikeWhitehead
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Re: NatWest Poland

Quote from: Colin
Lloyds TSB offer Polish stuff as well (at least, it looked Polish in the poster in the branch in Stirling)

I'm sure they will do, as are a lot of other businesses around here. There's quite a lot of Poles moving into Scotland recently, so it would be beneficial for the local businesses to accomodate these.
[Off-topic]Were you up in Stirling for a holiday Colin? Only an hour up the road from me. Not a place I assumed would be a holiday-style retreat, but then I'm sure you'd feel the same about the Shefield area Tongue[/Off-topic]
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Re: NatWest Poland

I'm a 'Son of the Rock' as they say - I was born and brought up in Stirling, and lived there until I started at PN in January.
Quote from: James_H
Forced is harsh, Yorkshire is the best place to live anyway, so chances are he'd had ambitions of moving here all along, just needed a source of income to enable him to take the leap!

I wouldn't put it that way... I'm sure Mark or Liam might remember a choice quote I made about 11 months ago ;-)
[PS - I'm technically 1/4 Yorkshire, but I'll stick by what my Gran used to say (apparently): Yorkshire is not part of England]
MikeWhitehead
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Re: NatWest Poland

I'm half Yorkshire, half central Scotland. I have family down in Halifax - only around an hour away from Sheffield IIRC? Really like Yorkshire, shame about it being full of English eh? Tongue
[me=MikeWhitehead]runs and hides[/me]
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Re: NatWest Poland

The full title is "The People's Socialist Republic of South Yorkshire", and yes, you do need your own passport.
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Re: NatWest Poland

The fact that I own a whole county doesn't detract from my Yorkshire citizenship.    Wink
(My being a Kiwi does somewhat though...)