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Comment on the Post Office Banking consultation

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Other ways to respond:

You can submit your responses through the boxes on the right-hand side, or download and fill in the response form:

Post Office Banking – response form (Word)

The response form can be emailed to postofficebanking@bis.gsi.gov.uk or posted to:

Post Office Banking Consultation
Shareholder Executive
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
1 Victoria Street
London
SW1H 0ET

Your response to the consultation:

Question 1 – What do you value about the Post Office's existing financial, banking and payment services and what determines whether you use them?

Question 2 – Do the products or services offered by Post Banks around the world provide any opportunities for the development of banking or financial services at the Post Office in the UK?

Question 3 – Do you agree that these are the right values for banking at the Post Office, i.e. universal, accessible, trusted and sustainable?

Question 4 – Do you think these are the right areas and products to focus on?

Question 5 – What new financial services would you like to see available at your local Post Office?

Question 6 – The Government already offers and supports substantial credit services for people on low incomes, such as Social Fund loans and Credit Unions; what other range of services could the Post Office offer to support those on low incomes and address financial exclusion, and how could these best be made to work together?

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