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Travellers cheques

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This is from HSBC bank.
"On 30 April 2013, we stopped selling travellers cheques and from 27 June 2014 we will stop accepting all travellers cheques for encashment or for deposit regardless of where they have been purchased"

They can't be the only bank stopping them. I mention it because very occasionally on this forum, somebody will suggest taking them

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