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How do I transfer from a sole account to a joint account?

You can transfer from a sole account to a joint account by filling out this form and taking it to your local branch or posting it to the following address:

The Co-operative Bank,

P.O. Box 50,

Freepost NWW2331A,

Delf House,

Skelmersdale

WN8 6GF

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