Contact The NatWest Telephone Banking Number0843 557 3376
Why Use NatWest Telephone Banking Phone Number?
NatWest Telephone Banking is an easy and quick way to manage and access all your accounts over the phone without ever having to visit any of the NatWest branches. With 24/7 access to NatWest Customer support , the NatWest contact number has been consolidated into a predominately telephone banking system. As a result, you can now access your accounts at any time, night or day.
You can use NatWest Telephone Banking if you want to:
- Access your NatWest Online Banking account.
- Check your account balance and recent transactions
- Manage and make payments to registered third parties
- Transfer funds between your NatWest or other UK/International accounts
- Re- order your cheque book , your account statement and pay-in book that will be mailed to your home address.
NatWest Telephone banking also allows customers to have more control over their on-line accounts. The service is free to use for all customers and allows customers to also sign up for Business Alerts service through NatWest telephone banking. This allows users to get the latest on all their accounts through text and email. Beside 24/7 availability of Telephone Banking and On-line Banking. If you would like to have this service then call the NatWest Online Banking number above.
Activating NatWest Online Banking through Telephone Banking
If you have lost your on line password for your NatWest banking account, You can simply use the telephone banking system by providing your unique PIN and password from your Telephone Banking account. This eliminates the need to use the NatWest Telephone Banking Number.
Background to NatWest
NatWest was established as a result of merger between National Provincial Bank and Westminster Bank in 1968. Today, the Bank is largest commercial and retail Bank in UK. Since 2000, NatWest Bank is a part of The Royal Bank of Scotland Group that is ranked among the top 10 largest banks in the world.
December 9th 2013
British banks are being pressured to cut the costs of their high-rate phone lines following a revealing survey by consumer watchdog, Which?.
The survey found that almost three quarters of banking phone lines were premium 084 and 087 numbers. Many banking and financial firms found to be guilty were popular high street names, such as HSBC, Lloyds Bank, Nationwide, TSB Bank, American Express, Capital One and Tesco Bank. Insurance companies including Aviva and Churchill are also culprits.
The survey involved more than 2000 consumers, 39% of whom said they preferred contacting their bank via telephone to arrange financial matters, and 31% of whom said they would certainly use the phone to make a complaint. 90% of credit card providers and 89% of current account providers were found to be regularly directing customers towards premium-rate phone numbers.
From next year onwards, the EU Consumer Rights Directive will be banning the use of expensive numbers for customer helplines, but this so far does not stretch to include financial firms. However, the British Bankers’ Association (BBA) has said that it expects many of its members to switch to cheaper phone lines in the near future.
Barclays and Barclaycard have already announced that they will be offering a freephone or basic rate phone line for their customers, and NatWest and RBS will have cheaper phone lines by the end of this month.
October 21st 2014
NatWest came in at the bottom of the table for customer satisfaction in a recent Which? survey, which looked at how happy customers are with their current banks.
Among the lowest rated were Barclays, Halifax/Royal Bank of Scotland, Santander and NatWest. which all had a below-average overall rating of 58%.
The banks were rated on their customer satisfaction with services such as current accounts, savings accounts, credit cards and mortgages.
Not happy with your bank? View the full table of results to see which banks came out on top.
October 11th 2013
NatWest Bank is expecting a surge in customers next week as the second part of the government’s Help To Buy scheme is put into place.
Potential buyers will only need to put down a 5% deposit on one of the government-backed mortgages that will be on sale, and the scheme is open to both existing owners and first-time buyers.
NatWest has extended the open hours of all of their 2000 branches nationwide as well as ensuring all banking helplines are fully manned to handle the high demand.
If you’d like to speak to a NatWest representative about what the Help To Buy scheme can do for you, call NatWest Telephone Banking.
Number Direct is a telephone directory and call routing service and is not connected to NatWest. The direct contact number for NatWest can be found in the public domain or on their official website.