I am going round in circles with my mother's bank who say I can only have internet banking for my mothers account if I "intercept" the details they post to her( the last lot expired as my mother had no idea what it was and ended up "hiding" it and by the time I found the codes it was too late to register online). They also will not allow a debit card ( just take hers and get her pin if necessary) and the cheque books also disappear - that's if a cheque book was ever sent in the first place. My mum requested a cheque book be sent at a meeting with the bank, along with the internet banking and a card so its not that she doesn't want them to be sent, she just can't remember she has asked.And the bank don't know if they sent a cheque book or not. She also does not like me "snooping " about looking for them.Its bad enough snooping about looking for bills. The bank say it is their policy but won't give me this in writing, and all I want is some clarity as to what I do and what my mother does in case I am asked to account for withdrawals/transactions at a future date.What is normal with lasting power of attorney or am I missing something here?