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business or personal bank accounts- No one want to comment?

Discussion in 'Logistics - Payment & Shipping' started by tillon99, Feb 10, 2003.

Which bank account?

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  1. tillon99

    tillon99

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    I was wondering how many of you have decided to go with the business bank account rather than personal bank accounts. Has it helped you as regards to wholesalers etc.
  2. Richard

    Richard

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    Hi

    From my own point of view, I used my personal bank account for several years and it didn't make any difference when trading with wholesalers.

    Unless you are asking for credit, the suppliers have no reason to ask for your bank details anyway - I always purchased stock with cash or credit card, so it was never an issue.

    Regards

    Richard
    TheTrader
  3. tillon99

    tillon99

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    time to go and do

    Thanks Richard,

    I think I have managed to get all my questions answered.

    Its now crunch time, time to go and do.
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