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LordLuke, September 4th, 2009, 5:12 am
ID Worries - I don't have any "valid" forms of ID, which is to say no passport or drivers licence (mainly because a) I can't afford to travel abroad and b) I don't plan on wasting any money on a car anytime soon) so when I am asked for ID I tend to panic.

Usually a bank card does the trick for small things, but even then some places can be a bit funny depending on if you have a credit card or a debit card. T-Mobile was such a place - when they wanted to fully unlock my wireless internet so that I could visit Youtube, they wanted proof that I was over 18. They said a bank card could work, but they wouldn't accept a debit card. Which makes no sense at all.

I hope this isn't the case at the Post Office, because if it is, I've wasted £60 on train tickets that could have easily just been posted through the letterbox. Like they usually are.


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Mimizu (Guest), September 4th, 2009, 5:44 am
- I have a non-drivers licence, terrible licence picture and all.

You have those over in Europe?

Emma (Guest), September 4th, 2009, 8:50 am
- You wanna take a letter, with your full name and address on it. An official document is a valid form of ID. Use a bill.

(also @ above) Yups, Mimizu, we have those, but they're called provisional licenses.

sepheris, September 4th, 2009, 12:16 pm
Debit Card - I can understand why they don't accept debit cards, I've had one for several years (I think I got it at 13)

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