Through telephone banking, you can: Hear your account balances: Want to know how much money you have available, including your overdraft? Telephone banking lets you hear your account balances in real-time. Make payments and transfers: Moving money around through telephone banking is quick, easy and secure. To setup a new payment or transfer, simply select from a … Continue reading Telephone Banking Benefits
If you transfer money from your RBS bank account to another bank account in the United Kingdom, the money you transfer will leave your account immediately and should be received by the payee immediately after it leaves your account. However, there are exceptions to this. Any transactions that are abornmal or unusual, such as those … Continue reading How long do RBS transfers take to arrive?
If your HSBC card has been lost or stolen, you should call the HSBC Lost and Stolen Card Team. The telephone number for the Team is 03456 007 010, or +44 1442 422 929 if you are calling from overseas. The HSBC Lost and Stolen Card team is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They will … Continue reading HSBC card lost or stolen?
To make a compaint with RBS, you can do so through WebChat, by filling in an online form, by writing to RBS or by calling RBS. You can complain about your current account, savings account, personal loan, credit card, mortgages, life cover, pension, about the general service you have received and your business account. You … Continue reading How to make a complaint with RBS
As an RBS customer, you can make payments and transfers in several different ways. These include through telephone banking, mobile banking, online banking, and branch banking. Making a payment or transfer is usually instantaneous, so you can move money around your accounts or to another person’s account within seconds. However, some RBS payment and transfer … Continue reading How to make payments and transfers with RBS Digital Banking
You will need your Barclays sort code and account number, if you wish to setup a standing order or Direct Debit. You will also need your Barclays sort code and account number to make a new bank transfer. If you do not know your Barclays sort code and account number, you can find them in … Continue reading How to find your Barclays sort code and account number
If you have lost your RBS debit or credit card, or if your card has been stolen, you should notify your bank straight away. You should also notify RBS if your card has been damaged. Royal Bank of Scotland operates a 24/7 helpline for lost or stolen cards for all customers located in the United … Continue reading RBS – How to report a lost or stolen RBS card
Telephone banking is one of the fastest and most convenient ways to run banking errands. However, it is not the only way. As a personal or business banking customer, your bank offers a variety of different ways for you to manage your money. In addition to telephone banking and automated telephone banking services, ways to … Continue reading Telephone banking alternatives – Additional ways to bank
If you need to quickly check your account balance or make a payment or transfer, there is no faster or easier way than with telephone banking. Telephone banking gives you access to all your bank accounts (including your current, savings and mortgage accounts) and lets you manage them over the phone. To help you use … Continue reading How to use telephone banking
Telephone banking is a safe and secure way to conduct everyday banking activities. However, the level of security your bank provides depends on what security measures they have in place when you call their automated banking hotline. Telephone Banking Security Different banks have different types of security in place for their telephone banking systems. For … Continue reading Telephone banking security – How secure is telephone banking?