Zanderman wrote: »
If that's all there is to it I might open one too. Halifax's £2 offering is fairly rubbish in comparison.
Hattie625 wrote: »
It's quite a slow process after receiving the bumff referred to. I sent the signature form back around 20th August. Debit card and PIN came through week beginning 27 August but only this week passed did I get everything required to log on and see the account. I transferred £1210 in on Thursday (6th Sept) and have successfully transferred £1200 out again, leaving £10 in the account as a fees buffer. No fee taken yet. I should get £7 reward in October,, with £2 fee taken, but don't know exactly when. Will post update as things progress.
Willing2Learn wrote: »
You don't have an option to 'remember customerID' on the login page, which means I have to have the UserID letter available whenever I want to logon via PC.
.The credit card sized card with 89 combinations printed on it is so small that I need my reading glasses or am forced to squint!!
pafpcg wrote: »
The new system at Clydesdale/Yorkshire Bank has this characteristic too! When I asked about this, their telephone support claimed it was a new legal requirement. My response was that since Lloyds, RBS, HSBC, Santander, Nationwide, etc, etc don't seem to be aware of this "legal requirement", maybe their IT department needs to either fix it or come up with a better excuse! On reflection since, I've only found the Bank of Ireland (Post Office) prevents my computer from displaying the user ID at login (though I don't know if Barclays also has this "feature"). But since you've found Danske Bank has it too, maybe there really is something in the pipeline from Europe.
Do you have access to a scanner? Scan the card, then print an enlarged image - it's what I use for the code matrix cards introduced by CoventryBS a few years ago (but only when making a withdrawal).
Heng_Leng wrote: »
You can use either a username or customer number with the new CB/YB/B system .
What it means for your gas & electrity
What really makes a difference?
When you add £50 to gift card balance