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You may be able to do some banking at your local Post Office® however restrictions may apply.
Paying-in books can be ordered at a Lloyds Bank branch or over the phone.
Paying-in books can be ordered in a Lloyds Bank branch or over the phone. The Post Office® will provide cheque deposit envelopes.
You can also pay in cheques up to £10,000 using the ‘cheque imaging’ feature. The app uses your mobile device’s camera to capture images of a cheque and then submit it to us electronically.
For cheques deposited before 10pm on a business day funds will be available in your account by 11:59pm on the next working day (subject to successfully clearing). It's a secure and convenient way to bank with us.
For further information, please visit our mobile cheque imaging page.
Every Post Office® branch has a cut-off time for paying in cash and cheques using a paying in slip. The information above will apply if you pay them in before that time. If you deposit after the cut-off time an additional working day to processing times where relevant will apply. Please check the cut-off time with the Post Office® you wish to use. If you are paying in cash using a debit card, you can do so during opening hours of the branch you are using.
Coin denominations below £1 - only full coin bags will be accepted per the amounts specified on the bags. £1 and £2 coins will still be accepted in partial bags as long as the denominations are separate. Only £250 of coins will be accepted per transaction.
Services described above are available during opening hours on working days at any branch of the Post Office® within England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland, excluding those in the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man.
The Post Office® is a registered trademark of the Post Office Ltd.
While all reasonable care has been taken to ensure that the information provided is correct, no liability is accepted by Lloyds Bank for any loss or damage caused to any person relying on any statement or omission. This is for information only and should not be relied upon as offering advice for any set of circumstances. Specific advice should always be sought in each instance