You can call Lloyds telephone banking on 0843 770 5035 or 0345 300 0000. These numbers are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
You can use telephone banking to check your account balances, recent transactions, and to make payments and transfers over the phone.
Lloyds Telephone Banking Numbers
|Lloyds Telephone Banking||0843 770 5035|
|Automated Banking||0345 300 0000|
|Register for Telephone Banking||0345 300 2750|
|Overseas Callers||+44 113 292 0276|
Call any of the numbers above for automated banking services.
Lloyds Telephone Banking Opening and Closing times
|Lloyds Telephone Banking||24 hours a day, 7 days a week|
|Automated Banking||24 hours a day, 7 days a week|
|Register for Telephone Banking||24 hours a day, 7 days a week|
|Overseas Callers||24 hours a day, 7 days a week|
Using Lloyds Telephone Banking
When you call telephone banking, you will be given a few options. You can check your account balances and recent transactions by selecting the relevant options (1 and 2) on your phone’s keypad. Or, you can tell Lloyds what you would like to do by selecting option 3. If you do select option 3, simply state the nature of your call, such a “I’d like to transfer money”, or “I’d like to cancel a Direct Debit”, and the automated phone system will provide this functionality to you.
Register for Telephone Banking with Lloyds
To register for telephone banking with Lloyds, call 0345 300 2750 or +44 113 292 0276 if you are calling from overseas. Registering takes around five minutes, however you’ll need to wait a few days before your telephone banking account is activated. In two or three days, you will receive a Welcome Pack from Lloyds in the post with a Personal Security Number to complete your application.
Call Instructions: When prompted to do so, enter your account number and sort code so that your identity can be verified. You will then be transferred to a customer advisor, who will process your telephone banking application for you.
Lloyds Help and Support
Lloyds customers can access Lloyds’ help and support page here. There are several useful articles published at this support page that may answer your questions.
Here’s some articles to get you started:
- Help with emergencies – https://www.lloydsbank.com/help-guidance/customer-support/help-with-emergencies.asp
- Reporting fraud – https://www.lloydsbank.com/help-guidance/security.asp
- How to change your personal details – https://www.lloydsbank.com/help-guidance/customer-support/change-your-personal-details.asp
- Switching an account to outside the UK – https://www.lloydsbank.com/current-accounts/switching-to-outside-the-uk.asp
Additional help and support can be found online.
Lloyds Office Locations
You can write to Lloyds at any of the following addresses:
Lloyds HQ London Office
25 Gresham Street,
Lloyds Red Lion Court London Office
46-48 Red Lion Court,
Lloyds Chiswell Street London Office
48 Chiswell Street,
Lloyds Sheffield Office
12 Furnival Road,
Lloyds Chester Office
Lloyds Leeds Office
Lloyds on Social Media
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Lloyds Bank plc is a British retail and commercial bank, headquartered in London. It is the main subsidiary of Lloyds Banking Group. Lloyds Bank is the UK’s largest retail bank, with approximately 16 million personal customers and 1,300 branches throughout England and Wales. Its services can also be accessed via Bank of Scotland branches in Scotland and Halifax branches in Northern Ireland, as both of these brands are also owned by Lloyds Banking Group. Lloyds Bank offers a variety of banking and financial products and services to both personal customers and small businesses in the UK. These include current and savings accounts (including ISAs), credit cards, mortgages, car finance, personal loans, share dealing and investments, and life insurance.
– Chairman: Lord Norman Blackwell
– Group CEO: Antonio Horta-Osorio
– Chief Risk Officer: Juan Colombas
– Chief Financial Officer: George Culmer
Lloyds Bank was established in Birmingham in 1765 by button maker John Taylor and iron merchant Sampson Lloyd II. Its first branch opened in Oldbury in 1864. The bank adopted its famous “black horse” symbol in 1884. By 1923, Lloyds Bank Limited had taken over at least 50 other companies, becoming one of the largest banks in the UK. In 1995 it acquired the Cheltenham and Gloucester Building Society, giving it a large slice of the UK life insurance market, before merging with the TSB Group later that year. It became known as Lloyds TSB in 1999, a name that remained until 2013, when its retail business was once more rebranded as Lloyds Bank. It acquired HBOS in 2008. Since the financial crisis of 2009, it has been partially owned by the UK government, which currently owns a nine percent stake in the bank.
Lloyds Bank’s most popular products include its current and savings accounts and its mortgages. The bank’s website has more details on all the products and services it offers and how to apply for them. Alternatively, these details can be obtained by calling into one of its branches.