Barclays Contact Number

0843 557 4385

If you need to get in touch with your bank, it can be easy to do so when you call us to be transferred to the Barclays contact number.

Why would I call the Barclays contact number?

  • To report your card as lost or stolen.
  • To open or close an account.
  • To get a new PIN.

Barclays products and services

Barclays is a British banking chain. If you bank at Barclays or you wish to start, call the Barclays contact number to switch to Barclays today. Barclays products and services include: savings accounts, current accounts, personalised cards, personal loans, mortgages, instant cash ISA’s, cash ISA’s, e-savings reward, investment ISA’s, home insurance, travel insurance, student insurance and life insurance amongst much more. Barclays has also as of 2013 became part of the Government’s “Buy to Let” scheme alongside several other high street banks, which helps first time buyers purchase a home with a small deposit, often around 10%, rather than renting or having to save up for years. The scheme has been met with praise by critics, but also some criticism due to high mortgage repayments at a later time. With Barclays, you can also opt to bank online, over the telephone or by using the Barclays app on your smartphone or tablet. The Barclays app has been rated as one of the best banking apps around. Some of the benefits of banking with Barclays include: contactless debit cards, online statements, text alerts about your account and interest free overdrafts.

About Barclays

Barclays is a British bank and financial services company. The bank has a range of operations in retail, wholesale and investment banking. Barclays has branches in over 50 countries and has around 48 million customers. The company headquarters can be found in London. To find out more, visit the website.

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Number Direct is a telephone directory and call routing service and is not connected to Barclays. The direct contact number for Barclays can be found in the public domain or on their official website.