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I've been doing a bit of work "cash in hand" and consequently have around two grand in £50 notes.  I know they're good as guy withdrew it from the bank in my presence.

I don't want to bank it myself  as whilst I am not self employed don't want this additional money going through bank statements because of CSA etc...

I don't know why but I always feel nervous about using them in shops (not newsagents for a packet of chewing gum) but even in big department stores, almost as if there is a stigma with them...

I suppose its impossible to answer as each WG would have different views but in your experience have any WG's been hesitant or reluctant to take fifties?  I could simply ask but that may make me sound a bit dodgy or guilty before we start.  Or maybe I'm just worrying about nothing.

Offline cueball

Can't answer that one, it's that long since I've had a fifty pound note

Never had any problems myself with them...easier for them to count too!

Offline Dani

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I dont accept them as I have been caught out more than once with the bloody things (once from my bank) but then I state this on my profile so everyone is aware.  The fakes are very good nowadays and even the pens and lights don't always work. 
I don't know about other women and I imagine asking them if they accept them may make them think something dodgy is going on.  Try and see is all you can do.  Saying that why not just go to your bank and ask them to change them for smaller notes.  Many smaller shops don't accept them anymore so I am sure banks are used to people swapping them out.

Offline James999

Just make sure you hand over the correct cash, if you hand a pro$$ie two £50's for a £80 punt she'll claim to have no change, despite the fact the last guy paid her in £20#s & £10's and she'll just expect the £20 as a tip  :thumbsdown:

I dont accept them as I have been caught out more than once with the bloody things (once from my bank) but then I state this on my profile so everyone is aware.  The fakes are very good nowadays and even the pens and lights don't always work. 
I don't know about other women and I imagine asking them if they accept them may make them think something dodgy is going on.  Try and see is all you can do.  Saying that why not just go to your bank and ask them to change them for smaller notes.  Many smaller shops don't accept them anymore so I am sure banks are used to people swapping them out.

Not a bad shout re the bank although they may think I'm dodgy too then haha.  That is the other worry that the bank handed them over and one or two were dodgy!

Had about a tenner in pound coins the other day and about seven wouldn't accept in a parking meter, dread to think how many of those are fake

Offline Corus Boy


I've been doing a bit of work "cash in hand" and consequently have around two grand in £50 notes.  I know they're good as guy withdrew it from the bank in my presence.

I don't want to bank it myself  as whilst I am not self employed don't want this additional money going through bank statements because of CSA etc...

I don't know why but I always feel nervous about using them in shops (not newsagents for a packet of chewing gum) but even in big department stores, almost as if there is a stigma with them...

I suppose its impossible to answer as each WG would have different views but in your experience have any WG's been hesitant or reluctant to take fifties?  I could simply ask but that may make me sound a bit dodgy or guilty before we start.  Or maybe I'm just worrying about nothing.


I'm not sure that I'm comfortable advising someone who is evading paying tax on earning and avoiding supporting his kids.  Also rounding on WG's about not paying tax is like a blood sport on here.

However, do the self serve tills in large supermarkets accept £50 notes?  Buy a DVD, pay, collect the change, you'll be getting £40 on £50, return the DVD to Customer Services and get a refund!  :cool:

Offline portable

I've been doing a bit of work "cash in hand" and consequently have around two grand in £50 notes.  I know they're good as guy withdrew it from the bank in my presence.

Could you not just go straight into the bank and ask them for £20's?

I do pay for my children and pay tax on my regular job.  This was a series of small one off jobs I did which are not regular enough (for my liking anyway) to worry about declaring although the letter of the law would say otherwise. Having also working in the banking industry quite a few years ago I know how funny they can be about depositing cash without good reason - although suppose I could have said flogged a car.

Don't think they do take fifties, the missus did try that at the time.

Offline RedKettle

You could take them to a currency exchange and swop them for Euros then go to another and swop back.  Although I think with large amounts of cash they ask for ID so you may need to look to see what their rules are and it may require a number of trips - from memory they have a sign up explaining this.

Offline fettish008

Not had a 50 note for ages.i would change them for smaller notes that way things should be straightforward.

Offline Nickp

I use them all the time with no issues, before people ask about bragging I'm not. I'm just lazy and take out money that will last from the cashier and £50's are easier in the wallet than £20's and £10's. When you start using 500 euro notes then you may wonder why they're concerned when all you're buying a packet of gums and a paper.

Offline potato

Just do your supermarket shop, get petrol etc with them and draw the same amount from your salary in smaller bills and do swapsies until you have the £2K in smaller notes.  Unless you are planning a WG spending spree and blowing the lot in a week then it wont take long to convert it over.

I once had a nice win in the casino and they paid me in £50's
I did see a couple of girls for a 2 girl and they weren't happy about being paid in £50's
Hope at least one of them was fake as the service was shit!

how much you win? I have never had a problem with 50's in normal service

how much you win? I have never had a problem with 50's in normal service

Couple of grand so thought I would treat myself on that occasion.
Actually if you do have 50's you could look to take them to a casino; change them into chips then play a bit at different tables and then cash them in but request 20's
Think there are limits now though if you aren't a member to stop money laundering etc

Offline smiths

I've been doing a bit of work "cash in hand" and consequently have around two grand in £50 notes.  I know they're good as guy withdrew it from the bank in my presence.

I don't want to bank it myself  as whilst I am not self employed don't want this additional money going through bank statements because of CSA etc...

I don't know why but I always feel nervous about using them in shops (not newsagents for a packet of chewing gum) but even in big department stores, almost as if there is a stigma with them...

I suppose its impossible to answer as each WG would have different views but in your experience have any WG's been hesitant or reluctant to take fifties?  I could simply ask but that may make me sound a bit dodgy or guilty before we start.  Or maybe I'm just worrying about nothing.

I dont like £50 notes for the simple reason that if i lose one its a bigger loss than with a £10 or £20 note which are the notes i usually use when punting.

Whan i have a £50 i break it up in a Supermarket or paying for my diesel etc asap, often the staff examine them in minute detail of course, but i expect that anyway.

Offline Taggart

Could you not set up an online deposit account (so no posted statements), (or at worst one with a book like a Nationwide cashbuilder), and then deposit them over a 2 week period if you dont want Qs asked.

You could deposit all at once and say you've sold a car. No one asks questions as it's a legitimate process, as I did that recently. Not on your normal bank statement so two fingers to the CSA?


Offline sealion

Could you not set up an online deposit account (so no posted statements), (or at worst one with a book like a Nationwide cashbuilder), and then deposit them over a 2 week period if you dont want Qs asked.

You could deposit all at once and say you've sold a car. No one asks questions as it's a legitimate process, as I did that recently. Not on your normal bank statement so two fingers to the CSA?

That would leave an electronic trail for the taxman to follow, and the OP wanted to avoid official notification (Taxman talks to CSA, so OP could get stung for Child Support AND a hefty tax bill).

Offline SirFrank

I've got a few £27 notes lying around for my next punt
Banning reason: Shitstirring against admin on behalf of banned member

Offline Jimmyredcab

Could you not just go straight into the bank and ask them for £20's?

Most banks will refuse to do that, Barclays will definitely say no.

Offline Ali Katt

If they're £50 with the foil rose design on, get shot of them by paying them into the bank. If they're the new ones with the green strip down the middle and two people on the back by your monthly shopping with them, they shouldn't refuse.

I have paid for numerous visits with £50's. Never been questioned by the prossies and I never gave it a second thought.

Offline jake_6969

Ask your local Chinese restaurant to change them for you, they love the £50 note as it's red and signifies good luck.

Offline CBPaul

Most banks will refuse to do that, Barclays will definitely say no.

Adding to that don't use your own bank, last time I tried to change notes they said I had to pay it into my account and then withdraw it again.

I'd pay for small things with a 50 and get the change that way if prossies won't accept them. If it's clear you don't have any other cash will a prossie really turn business away ?


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