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    Question banking english

    Hello

    Can you please help me understand some of these misterious abbreviations used in banking statements:

    CTR
    VOU
    RPS
    CDI

    If you could also explain to me what "refer stream" means, I'd be extremely grateful.

    Thank you.
    Kamila
    Last edited by smartie_Warsaw; 15-Mar-2009 at 20:49. Reason: I wanted to be more precise

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    Charlie Bernstein is offline Senior Member
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    Re: banking english

    I don't know.

    Definitions are often on the backs of statements. You could also call, email, or write your bank.

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    Re: banking english

    Are they on a Polish bank statement or an English one?

    I would have no idea what abbreviation is used for an ATM in Polish.

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