banker's draft

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Noun1.banker's draft - a draft drawn by a bank against funds deposited in another bankbanker's draft - a draft drawn by a bank against funds deposited in another bank
bill of exchange, draft, order of payment - a document ordering the payment of money; drawn by one person or bank on another
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When the offer opens, direct applications can be made online using a debit card or by downloading and returning an application form with a cheque or bankers draft by post.
In involves the conman agreeing to buy a valuable motor and handing over a bankers draft for an agreed amount.
The Branch Manager received a request from an unlisted client ("Branch Manager"), for a bankers draft for 236,000,000 Indian Rupees ("Draft") to be made out to an Official Receiver.
Over 50 events were held throughout the City, at venues including Sheffield Town Hall, The Bankers Draft pub on Market Place, High Storrs School and Sheffield United Football Club, with volunteers from UK online centres, Heeley Development Trust, Plusnet and Sheffield University all assisting at the events.
A pounds 150,000 bankers draft was drawn up to complete the payment to recover the painting.
Bear in mind, some criminals will take a bankers draft as part payment, because the cash part is sufficient profit without ever cashing the bankers draft.
Multi Labels, Daventry, England, has been awarded gold, silver and bronze awards for Wickwar Brewing Company's Bankers Draft label printed at the Daventry plant.
Salesmen were sent to the homes of interested customers, who were asked to pay either in cash or by bankers draft.
They claim that someone in the UK, who owes them money, will send a bankers draft for the full price of the car - plus pounds 2,000 or so to cover shipping costs.
They will offer to buy the car without viewing it or any proof of condition and claim someone in the UK owes them money and will send a bankers draft for the full price of the car plus a few extra thousand to cover.
Gray, 47, had a EUR10,000 bankers draft and more than EUR3,700 in cash when he was stopped by police on Thursday, Banbridge Magistrate's court heard.
The court heard that when arrested Gray had in his possession a Northern Bank bankers draft to the value of E10,000.