nomis5 - 9:15 pm on Dec 23, 2012 (gmt 0)
So you like to hear that old phrase "Cheque is in the post"
I prefer to see it in my bank.
The problem with "cheque in the post" is that history teaches us that it may well not be in the post and if it is, there is a fair chance it may bounce.
With G, PIP (for me over the last six years) has always been quickly followed by MIB and the "cheque" never bounces. A huge difference.
Give G their due where it is warranted, PIP means MIB in a day or so ---- ALWAYS. Cheque in the post means nothing.