Banker's Reference

Banker's Reference

A letter a bank provides stating the creditworthiness of an account holder. It contains account history and similar information. Banker's references often are used in commerce when a bank is considering extending a loan and wishes to discover the likelihood of repayment.
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''I asked him for a banker's reference and he said: 'No, I will pay cash.'' Yet with great wealth comes great risk.
Their office phoned up asking for banker's references (yes, I did say 300 [pounds]) and finally settled for a 30% deposit up front.