banker's draft

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a draft drawn by a bank against funds deposited in another bank

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Vivien Dugdale, of Leyland, in Lancashire, said she lost pounds 796 to Abbotts through Event Hospitality Limited when she tried to buy four tickets for last year's V Festival at Weston Park in Staffordshire, paying by banker's draft.
The 41-year-old accepted Moon's banker's draft, and didn't find out it was a fake until two days later when her bank contacted her with the news - by which time he was hundreds of miles away.
If you are able to pay up front, you can pay by either cash, cheque, banker's draft, or on your credit card.
JOINER Cameron Dickie accepted a banker's draft when he sold his van for pounds 11,500.
Finally, ask for cash or a banker's draft as payment.
The banker's draft had come from his brother's bank account.
Cheque or banker's draft please in favour of the `Sinking Down Floating Fund'.
Siobhan said: "We got an envelope hand-delivered to the bar with a banker's draft.
He asked for my name, address, telephone number and account details so he could send me a banker's draft.
One of the conmen, who said the dog was a birthday present for his daughter, paid with a fake banker's draft.
But the case was adjourned until June 30 after the court heard that, although Baker had deposited pounds 200,000 with his solicitor towards recompensing his victims, a banker's draft for the outstanding amount had yet to be paid over.
The former rigger had turned up in his 34ft, 7 ton Damon Challenger RV to complete the deal, only for it to break down, forcing him to sleep in the Wayfarer's Arcade loading bay until his banker's draft cleared.
Days later, the fraudster sent a Royal Bank of Scotland banker's draft for pounds 5000 to Audrey - pounds 1500 of it for the car and pounds 3500 to ship it.
In one case a hotel in Stratford received a pounds 4,450 banker's draft for a pounds 450 booking with the customer claiming the figure had been made out in error.