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Cheque Cashing

Our cheque cashing service instantly turns your cheque into cash, with unbeatable low rates.


  • Low cost
  • Instant cash
  • Convenient: open before and close later than the banks
  • Avoid clearing time
  • Overdraft won’t take your money
  • Private transaction


Anti-money laundering regulations require that we are able to prove your identity. To ensure a speedy transaction it would help if you brought the following:

A minimum of two recent documents one to confirm identity, such as a passport, driving licence and or correspondence from HMRC or DWP and another to confirm address and National Insurance number, dated from within the last 3 months, such as a utility bill, council correspondence, etc. Please click here for a list of acceptable ID documents.

  • Current UK/EU Photocard Driving Licence (full or provisional)
  • Current Passport
  • UK Biometric Immigration Document
  • UK Firearm/Shotgun Licence
  • EU National ID card
  • Recent Utility Bill
  • Water Bill for current year
  • TV Licence – 12 month licence, valid until expiry date on licence.
  • HMRC correspondence
  • Council Rent Book/Benefit Book
  • Council/Housing Association Agreement
  • Bank/Building Society Statement
  • Credit Card Statement
  • Mortgage Statement

Do not be offended if we ask you a series of questions related to your cheque; all of the information is used to help us cash your cheque for you.If you are not able to produce sufficient ID, we will still do our best to say “yes!” and cash your cheque, however the process may take slightly longer, and you may be asked additional personal questions.


How can you cash a cheque made payable to me?

We have a facility with our bank that allows us to deposit 3rd party cheques

How long does the transaction take?

For repeat customers it is less than 2 minutes; for new customers with ID it is usually less than 15 minutes (we are required to register you in our system); possibly longer for no ID customers.

What if the cheque I cash with you bounces?

Unfortunately, you would be required to repay the face value of the cheque, along with a small administration fee.