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Pete
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With the impending relaunch of both the Lloyds and TSB brands and the banishing of "Lloyds TSB" to history this is a lovely new thread that'll open automatically* at 8am on Monday morning.

I myself shall try to resist the urge to go and peel the sticker off the Cashpoint (sorry: Cash Machine) over the weekend.

*it'll actually be manual, I can't do that on here
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Pete
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Change of plan, as it seems the changes are already in place let's begin now.

Here we have the Hello Dundee posters that are *everywhere* around the city.
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Here meanwhile is my branch, the ATM software is also TSB branded and even the little crappy homemade signs have the TSB logo on them.
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Finally, I'm now being sent to TSB for online banking which looks far superior to the main TSB site
https://online.tsb.co.uk/personal/logon/login.jsp

Note the SSL certificate still says LTSB Scotland.

The mobile app gives an error on logon that gives a link to the TSB mobile site with a promise the new apps are coming soon.

Also from that, here is what the new debit cards will presumably look like
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Critique
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I note that the Lloyds I've been seeing have had a few things that were previously covered uncovered - but I haven't seen a cash machine without a cashpoint on it yet.
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Pete
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Lloyds are keeping Cashpoint as a name are they not?
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Critique wrote:I note that the Lloyds I've been seeing have had a few things that were previously covered uncovered - but I haven't seen a cash machine without a cashpoint on it yet.
Well you won't at a Lloyds.

Here's the Lloyds welcome booklet.
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Did TSB customers get a similar booklet?

Whilst the LTSB temporary signage was still up, yesterday the Worcester branch did have some posters visible hailing the arrival of Lloyds Bank.

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Don't know why that last one is the wrong way round.
wells
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Just found this on the TSB homepage, I think it's lovely.


EDIT: See it's been put in the other thread by someone who knows how to embed videos on here. But I'll leave this here so no one misses it.

Have Bank of Scotland adopted the Cashpoint brand yet?
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DVB Cornwall
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Hope Danny Boyle gets a credit for that, very 2012 OC ish.
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Critique
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Ooh, of course Lloyd's are keeping cashpoint, how silly of me!

I quite like the stuff they're doing with the TSB branding - on the log-in to online banking there's a box with 'It's nice to be back' and lots of references to 'Welcome back to local banking' and the like - Lloyd's seem to be completely forgetting that there was a time before the merger, but TSB are embracing it quite nicely.
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wells wrote:EDIT: See it's been put in the other thread by someone who knows how to embed videos on here.
Just highlight the link and click the "youtube" button. I've fixed it for you. Lovely video however
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Yep, nice little introduction video. Wonder if it will be cut down and shown on TV in a 60 or 30 second form.
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Philip wrote:Yep, nice little introduction video. Wonder if it will be cut down and shown on TV in a 60 or 30 second form.
I'd imagine show, I doubt they'd go to effort otherwise, especially getting Sir Patrick Stewart on board.
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