Co Op Phone Number For Telephone Banking0843 557 4392
Why Call The Telephone Banking Phone Number At Co-Op?
Call the Co Op telephone banking phone number when you’d like help with:
- Switching your current account to the Co Op Bank
- Advice with savings, loans or a mortgage
- Finding the best car, home or business insurance policy for you
- Find out more about Youth accounts, or the Co Op Bank’s telephone, mobile and online banking services
Manage Your Money With Telephone Banking At The Co Op
The Co Operative Bank is owned and run by The Co Operative Group. It is a retail commercial bank, offering its customers a range of ways in which to manage and protect their money; from current accounts, savings accounts and ISAs, to mortgages, loans, credit cards and insurance policies.
The Co Op Bank offers an exclusive Current Account Switch service, which aims to make transferring your current account to the Co Op Bank easier than ever. It also offers Youth Accounts, which are specially designed for children. The Bonus Account teaches children the important skill of managing their money, whilst the a Future Fund will enable you to save up for your child’s future.
The Co Op also offers customers a choice of ways in which to keep on top of their finances, including Co Op telephone banking, mobile baking and online banking. Telephone banking can be contacted on the Co Op Bank phone number. The mobile banking includes flexible balance alerts straight to one’s iPhone, Android or BlackBerry. All methods allow the customer to have full control of their transactions and account balances from almost anywhere.
Once a part of the Co Op Bank, customers can access exclusive tools and guides for managing their money, such as monthly credit card and loan repayment calculators, mobile banking demos, and savings or ISA selectors.
More About the Co Op Bank
The Co Op Bank was originally founded in 1872, but did not become a registered company until 1971. Part of The Co Operative Group, it is part of the UK’s largest consumer co-operative. Since 1992, it has been renowned for its ethical policies, refusing to support or invest in companies that foster the arms trade, fossil fuels, animal testing, slave labour or genetic engineering.
The bank is part of a group of businesses also responsible for Smile, Britannia and CIS General Insurance.
Financial Planning – Important Information
The Co Op Bank is no longer able to offer a Financial Planning service due to insurance provider AXA withdrawing its services. Customers of the Co Op Bank can still receive advice and support on their mortgages however with the help of one their dedicated Mortgage Advisers. For more information on this, call the Co Op number.
April 25th 2014
The Labour Party is looking to cut ties with the controversial Co Op Bank bringing its decades long political partnership to an end. The general secretary for the Labour Party, Ian McNicoll, is looking to move loans of more than £1 million to the trade union owned United Trust Bank. The move is a response to the controversial year that the bank had as Co Op Bank’s chairman Paul Flowers is now facing charges for drug possession.
A spokesperson for the party said: “The Labour Party is constantly reviewing its financial arrangements and all decisions including any loan consolidations will be taken for commercial reasons.” However, other sources within Labour said that the controversy surrounding its chairman has put pressure on the relationship between the pair.
The Co-Operative Party joined forced with Labour in the 1920s and several MPs are still officially listed as Labour and Co-Operative Party members including the shadow chancellor Ed Balls. It’s also a major donor to the party having funded £850,000 worth of support every year.
It will be a chance for the Labour party’s leader Ed Miliband to wipe his hands of the tainted name of Co Op Bank. Meanwhile, the bank may even welcome the split themselves. It would allow them to focus on its two core targets instead – customer accounts and small business lending.
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