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    Rang coop to advise wanted to withdraw 2000 told no problem but to bring ID. So I brought my passport, completed checks then clerk said she had to authorise my withdrawal , when she returned noticed she had photocopied of my passport, when queried said they do it for auditing purposes and were allowed to because they are a bank , anyone know of this practice.
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    With the co-op I believe this is routine. It has happened to me as well.

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      ok thanks , Casper I just felt they should have said .

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      • #4
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        Totally agree with you on reflection, I should have, but didn't give a second thought.

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          It is so they have a permanent record of the false passport you used to provide the money to purchase explosives.

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            Originally posted by CleverClogs View Post
            It is so they have a permanent record of the false passport you used to provide the money to purchase explosives.

            I knew you couldn't keep a secret!

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            • #7
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              Was it a secret, Al-Casper?

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