Natwest is a UK personal and business bank. You can get assistance relating to Natwest’s services by calling the Natwest Helpline on 0843 557 4876.
Why would I contact the Natwest Helpline?
- To open a current account.
- To apply for a Natwest product such as a credit card, loan or mortgage.
- To report fraudulent activity on your account.
- To find out the location of your nearest Natwest branch.
- To make a claim on a Natwest insurance product.
- For assistance with investments.
- To extend your overdraft.
- To close your bank account.
- To make a complaint about a Natwest product, service, branch or member of staff.
Other Natwest Telephone Numbers
|Customer Services||0843 557 4876|
|Head Office||0843 557 4876|
|Fraud Helpline||0843 557 4876|
Natwest Helpline Number Opening Hours
|Monday- Friday||24 hours|
Natwest Head Office Location
|Headquarters||135 Bishopsgate, London EC2M 3UR|
Natwest has a range of banking products that are suitable for personal, business and international customers.
Services for personal customers include current accounts, savings accounts, credit cards, loans and investments. The Select bank account is an everyday banking account which allows you to bank online with a mobile app, arrange an overdraft and withdraw emergency cash if you misplace your card. From the Select account, you can upgrade to other types of bank accounts such as the Reward accounts. With the reward account, you will earn 3% rewards on household bills such as council tax, tv licences and utilities. There are other reward accounts available with extra rewards relating to the monthly fee that you pay which can vary from £3-28 a month.
If you wish to begin saving for the future, opening a savings account with Natwest can be a great start. There are different types of savings accounts available depending on your needs. The Instant Saver online account can help you save for short-term things. The Savings Builder account gives you rewards for building up your savings. If you are saving for the long-term, the premium saver account will reward you with bonus interest when you don’t make a withdrawal. Cash ISAs are ideal if you intend to save up a large amount. If you wish to save towards a child’s future, the First Saver account is the best account to do this with.
If you need a loan to help you pay for a car, a wedding or even a DIY project on your home, there are several different types of loans available from Natwest. They include a debt consolidation loan which allows you to put all of your debt in one place, a car loan, a home improvement loan or a large loan over £15,000. You can get a quick loan quote online.
Whether you are a startup, have a turnover up to or over £2 million or run your business internationally, Natwest can help you to manage your finances. You can manage your account online and access services such as credit cards, savings and loans. If you deal internationally, you can get multiple currency accounts to streamline the process.
Natwest Credit Card
A credit card can be a great way to help you manage your finances. There are different credit cards depending on your needs. If you wish to be rewarded for making everyday purchases, the Reward credit card is a good option for you as you will receive part of what you spend back in rewards at supermarkets and retailers who take part in the MyRewards scheme. There is also a credit card specifically tailored for students, and a low rate credit card for people who want as low a rate as possible.
Whether you’re a first-time buyer, looking to move, want a better deal or want to buy a home to rent out, there is a Natwest mortgage for you. You can apply for a mortgage by visiting your local branch and speaking with a qualified advisor, over the phone or online. Only choose the online option if you feel assured about choosing a mortgage without first speaking to an advisor. For branch and phone mortgage appointments you can expect them to take around two hours as you are fully guided through the mortgage process, from the Agreement in Principle to the monthly repayments.
For convenience, Natwest allows customers to bank online whenever they wish. You can manage all aspects of your account courtesy of online banking. You can pay your friends and family, make payments internationally, report your card as lost/stolen, change your details, cancel your direct debits and inform the bank that you’re going to be travelling. Natwest also gives you a card reader which generates a code to put into a website when you’re making a transaction online as an extra level of security. You can also download free security software courtesy of Natwest for additional protection.
Popular questions relating to Natwest:
Who underwrites Natwest life insurance?
Natwest life insurance is underwritten by Aviva Life & Pensions.
Natwest: When can I extend my overdraft?
You can apply to have your Natwest overdraft extended at any time online. You can also call the Natwest helpline or visit your local branch. Your overdraft extension application is subject to approval.
Natwest: How long for a cheque to clear?
It can take up to seven working days for a cheque to clear in your account. This timeframe doesn’t apply to foreign cheques which can sometimes take 4-5 weeks to process.
Natwest: How much can I withdraw over a counter?
There is no limit to the amount of cash that you can withdraw over a counter, however for larger amounts over £1000, it’s usually recommended to contact the branch in advance.
Natwest was originally founded in 1968 but the origins of the company can be traced back to 1658 when Smith’s Bank of Nottingham was founded. The bank as it is today began trading in 1970.
Natwest has over 1000 branches and over 3000 cash machines. It has over seven million customers using its personal banking services, and 850,000 small businesses with Natwest accounts. At the British Bank Awards earlier in 2016, Natwest was awarded the runner-up accolade for Best Business Banking Provider- it was beaten by Barclays. The company has over 30,000 employees across the corporate offices and retail branches of the bank.
For more information about Natwest products and services, call the Natwest helpline number on this page.