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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I send, in case such may make matters easy for you, a banker's draft for 200 pounds.
Because I'd paid by banker's draft I didn't have any comeback.
Posing as a wealthy merchant banker, Bint persuaded the salesman to stop for lunch as he prepared a banker's draft to pay for the car.
20 Never accept a cheque or banker's draft from someone unless you know they're trustworthy.
The changes, known as 2-4-6, will apply to anyone who pays a cheque, banker's draft or building society cheque into a UK current account or basic bank account.
Baker was given time to get the money together to repay victims and the court was told a banker's draft had been drawn up for pounds 200,000 as the first payment.
People who bought cars on HP will probably be ok and if they paid for a service or goods over pounds 100 with a credit card they will be covered but if they paid with cash, cheques or a banker's draft we will need to get into the small print and they could have a problem.
You can have a cheque, banker's draft, an electronic transfer to the account of your choice - or bundles of used notes delivered to your door.
IT'S 18 months since we carried the story of the motorist who sold his pounds 16,500 Audi A4 Cabriolet, thinking that accepting a banker's draft would guarantee payment.
Mrs Gillingham arranged to exchange the ring and the cash at Hockley rail station in Essex on Saturday May 7, with Moon sending a text message to her before their meeting to say he was going to pay with a banker's draft rather than cash.
I don't trust a cheque or banker's draft, and I'm worried about handling pounds 3,000 in cash.
He became suspicious when the firm then asked for a further pounds 15,000, but by then the money had already been transferred by banker's draft, so there was no way of retrieving it.