I've just been sent a new cheque book.
Looking at the current one I note that the first stub is dated October 2011!
I somehow don't think that I will ever get to sign the last cheque im the new one.
Just sign a few then post them to me (I'll pm my address to you) will soon dispose of them for you!
I haven't written a cheque for many years, and I doubt that I will ever write another one.
I still quite regularly include a cheque when sending birthday cards etc. to my close family in England and Ireland - much safer than sending real cash as only the named recipient can cash it in.
Same here. I go through a cheque book in around a year. Some bills I prefer to pay by cheque and it is easier than putting cash in cards.
I'm in the same boat as the FE, not having written a cheque for many years.
Aitchbee, we always use bank transfers to do the same.
we always use bank transfers to do the same.
Then I would need a book to list the 20 or so banking details. We send a card, we pop in a cheque unless the have asked for something specific.
Old Deuteronomy, I have used that method also on occasions, for larger amounts.
You can send family and friends money via Paypal for free.
Sending money to people online couldn'be easier - no need to keep written lists of account numbers, and it's far quicker than sending cheques.
Most children nowadays don't even know what a cheque is.
At the other end of the age-scale my brother in Ireland [aged 69] has never used or owned a computer or mobile phone!
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