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    RTM bank account recommendation

    Hi all. I am a director of a new RTM company and am looking to set up a company bank account to recieve service fees and pay for maintenance services etc. I have applied for a Tide account but am getting the sort of push back that feels like they don't want our business (it may be legitimate requirements for info but I can't say). Does anyone have any other recommendations for a suitable bank account? Thanks.

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    try opening a non-profit service charge account with HSBC .It must be called "RTM Client account".

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