Existing customers

Get the most from your
bank account

First, select the account you have with us

To help you get the most out of your bank account, simply choose the account you have with us shown below. If you can’t remember which account you have, don’t worry, just look closely at the account types below and match up to the familiar features.

You may have had to meet certain criteria to open the account.

Select account

You pay no monthly fee

It's your everyday bank account

Foundation account

You pay no monthly fee

This account doesn’t have an overdraft facility or cheque book

Reward account

You pay a £2 monthly fee

You get 2% back in Rewards on eligible household bills paid by direct debit

Reward Silver Account

You pay a £10 monthly fee

You get 2% back in Rewards on eligible household bills paid by direct debit

You have Mobile phone insurance included

You have European Travel insurance included

Reward Platinum Account

You pay a £20 monthly fee

You get 2% back in Rewards on eligible household bills paid by direct debit

You have Mobile phone insurance included

You have Worldwide travel insurance included

You have UK car breakdown cover

Children’s account

You pay no monthly fee

It’s called the Revolve account

The account holder is 11-18 years old

Student account

You pay no monthly fee

You had a choice between 1 of 3 offers from either an Amazon Prime Student membership, National Express Coachcard or tastecard

 

Graduate account

You pay no monthly fee

You have a Tastecard

 

Select Silver Account

You pay a £8 monthly fee

You have Mobile phone insurance included

You have European Travel insurance included

Select Platinum Account

You pay a £18 monthly fee

You have Mobile phone insurance included

You have Worldwide travel insurance included

You have UK car breakdown cover

Accounts for Premier customers

If you are a Premier Customer you will have a Premier Bank Manager.

Unsure of which account you have with us?

No problem, there are other ways to find this out. Firstly, see if you can find a bank statement. This may be in a letter or it's in online banking, either way, that'll tell you what type of account you have.

 

Your other option is to log into online banking. From the "Account Summary" page select "Your Account". Just below the mini-statement that expands, select "View account details" and you'll find it there.

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