0843 557 3371

Barclays Helpline
Barclays Helpline

Barclays is a UK-based retail and business bank. If you need assistance with a Barclays service, call the helpline on 0843 557 3371.

Other Barclays Contact Numbers

Department Contact Number
Customer Services 0843 557 3371
Head Office 0844 453 0255
Branch Locator 0843 557 3371

Barclays Head Office Location

Department Location
Headquarters 1 Churchill Place, Canary Wharf, London

Barclays Helpline Opening Hours

Days Opening Hours
Monday- Friday 7am-11pm
Saturday 7am-11pm
Sunday 7am-11pm

Why would I contact the Barclays Helpline?

  • To make an enquiry about your account.
  • To find the location of your closest Barclays branch.
  • To report a fraudulent transaction or a lost/stolen card.
  • To make a complaint about a Barclays product, service, branch or employee.

Are Barclays mortgages portable?
Are Barclays personalised cards contactless?
Are Barclays Blue Rewards taxable?

Barclays Bank

Barclays is one of the largest banks in the UK. It provides personal, premier, wealth, business and corporate banking services.

Personal Banking

If you wish to open a Barclays current account, you can open it online and you will get your account number/sort code straight away. You might be able to apply for an overdraft of up to £5000 and add extras in accordance with your lifestyle. You can also join Barclays Blue Rewards and earn rewards as you spend money. There is also a Premier account for people who earn more than £75,000 or have savings/investments with Barclays over £100,000. With the Premier account, you get a service that is exclusive to you. You’ll get a Premier relationship team to help you manage your finances and exclusive access to benefits only available for Premier customers. If you’re a student or you have recently graduated, there are accounts specifically for students both from the UK and international, as well as graduate accounts to help you make the transition from university to working. For children aged 11-15 and 16-19, there are accounts specifically to help them become financially independent. If you are sending foreign currency on a regular basis, there is an account which operates in Euros or one for other currencies to help reduce the risk of fluctuating exchange rates. If you wish to save your money, there are a number of different savings accounts available. The everyday saver account gives you instant access to your money, but you can also put it in a cash ISA or bond for higher returns and tax-free savings. Lastly, if you need to borrow money for any reason, be it a new car, a wedding, a home improvement project or to pay off your debt, you could be eligible for a loan from Barclays- borrow between £7,500-15,000 over the course of 2-5 years. You could also get a top up if you need to borrow a little bit extra.

Barclays Credit Card

Barclaycard is the credit card arm of Barclays. There are several different types of Barclaycard available depending on your needs – balance transfer cards, purchase offer cards, cards for people with a limited credit history and cards to collect rewards points. Some of the features of a Barclaycard include:

  • Free ongoing access to your Experian credit score.
  • Fee Free Friday- buy tickets to concerts on a Friday without needing to pay any extra fees.
  • Presale tickets to events.
  • A fee of 2.99% when you spend abroad.
  • Protection if your purchases are faulty/damaged when they arrive.
  • 24/7 fraud protection
  • Account alerts

Barclays Business

Barclays Bank
Barclays Bank

Barclays provides services and support to banks in order to help them grow for the future. You can move your business banking to Barclays in seven days or take as much time as you wish. You can add a card to your account to help you manage your finances and invest into a savings account for the future. There are also loans, overdrafts, credit cards and mortgages to help you get your business off the ground to help you expand further.

Barclays Mortgage

Whether you need a mortgage to buy your first home, a home to rent out, a new business or you simply want to move, Barclays will have the mortgage product for you. You can use the mortgage calculator online to work out how much you can afford to borrow and search for the type of mortgage that suits you best. You can speak to a mortgage advisor online, over the phone or by visiting your local Barclays branch. You can manage your mortgage entirely online, from switching to a new account to informing Barclays that you might struggle to make a repayment.

Barclays Online

You can manage your bank account online with Barclays online banking. You’ll be able to see any current, savings and mortgage accounts that you have all in one place, transfer between the accounts and pay bills instantly.

Barclays Stockbrokers

Barclays Stockbrokers is the investment arm of Barclays. Whether you are an experienced investor or thinking about investing for the first time, Barclays can assist you. Barclays Stockbrokers has been in operation for over 25 years and can help you through a range of investment accounts such as general investments and tax efficient accounts. You can switch fund managers whenever you like and manage your account entirely online.

Questions people are asking about Barclays

Are Barclays mortgages portable?

If you’re moving home and your current mortgage has a lower rate than deals provided by Barclays, you may be able to keep it when you move. You’ll need to check with your mortgage provider whether it is portable and whether there are any fees involved in the process.

Are Barclays personalised cards contactless?

The majority of new personalised cards will be contactless. If you order a personalised card to replace your original debit card and that was contactless, your new card will also be contactless.

Are Barclays Blue rewards taxable?

As Barclays Blue rewards are classed as cashback, they are tax-free.

About Barclays

The origins of the modern Barclays bank can be traced back to 1690 when it was first founded in London as a goldsmith bank. It wasn’t until the 17th Century that the name Barclays was associated with the bank when a man named James Barclay invested in the business.

For more information about Barclays or help with its services, call the Barclays helpline number on this page.