Bank transfers fir buses

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Bank transfers fir buses

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Hi need some advice I've got a guy interested in buying my bus he is from the netherland and I'm in UK he wants to pay a deposit into my account t by bank transfer then the rest when he picks it up ? Is how safe is this method obviously he will need my a c no and sort code ,any advice

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I’ve both been paid and paid for a bus using a bank transfer. The BACS method cost about £20 but gave peace of mind for both sides. Money was in almost instantaneously. I’d have no problem doing it again.

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I paid for mine via BAC's in two hits.
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No problem, safest & quickest way. If transferring from a european account wont be instantaneous as if uk to uk bank.
Dont release until funds are clear in your account.

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Ok guys thanks for that theres always an element of fear ,I suppose both sides need to show some trust.

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