- 1 Nationwide Contact Numbers
- 2 Nationwide Opening Hours
- 3 Nationwide Head Office Address
- 4 Reasons to call the Nationwide head office contact number:
- 5 Nationwide Building Society
- 6 Nationwide Online Banking
- 7 Nationwide Insurance
- 8 Nationwide Mortgage
- 9 Nationwide Loans
- 10 Nationwide Business
- 11 Popular questions about Nationwide
- 12 Nationwide: What is a paid transaction fee?
- 13 Nationwide: how to pay in a cheque?
- 14 Are Nationwide open on Saturdays?
- 15 Nationwide: How to close an account?
- 16 Nationwide: How much can I withdraw?
- 17 About Nationwide
Nationwide Contact Numbers
|Head Office||0844 453 0267|
|Customer Services||0843 557 3811|
|Credit Card Queries||0843 218 9597|
|Lost or stolen cards||0843 557 3811|
|Complaints||0843 557 3811|
Nationwide Opening Hours
|Head Office||9am-6pm, weekdays|
Nationwide Head Office Address
|Head Office||Nationwide Building Society
Reasons to call the Nationwide head office contact number:
- To find the location of your nearest Nationwide branch.
- To find out more about working for Nationwide or the recruitment process.
- To contact HR if you are a Nationwide employee.
- To find out how you could get compensation if you have been mis-sold PPI.
- To make a complaint about a Nationwide service or employee.
Nationwide Building Society
Nationwide Building Society has a range of products and services to help you manage your finances. They include current accounts, ISAs, savings accounts, loans, mortgages, credit cards, insurance and investments. If you wish to switch to a Nationwide current account, the process takes just seven days, including transferring payments from your old account to the new one. You can also set up PayM, where you can send and receive payments using just a mobile phone number.
Nationwide Online Banking
In 2015, Nationwide won the “best overall online provider” at the Your Money Direct awards. You can manage your bank account effectively online at any time- see transactions, set up payments and Direct Debits, request an overdraft extension, keep track of your loan and mortgage payments and much more. The service is secure and Nationwide takes every step possible to ensure that it stays that way.
You should always have insurance for the things which are important to you. Nationwide offers insurance for your home and car, as well as life insurance. Home insurance can apply to the building itself, the contents inside or both- if you buy the combined policy, you could get a £30 Amazon gift card. Key features of the Nationwide car insurance policy include a courtesy car at no extra cost, cover for 180 days travelling in Europe, uninsured driver promise, £200 personal belongings cover and £30 off your car insurance if you already hold a Nationwide current account. You can also add guaranteed no claims discount, personal accident cover, breakdown cover and motor legal expenses cover for an additional fee. Nationwide car insurance has been granted a five-star rating by Defaqto which indicates that it is one of the best policies on the market.
Nationwide has an extensive range of mortgage products to suit every type of potential home owner, from first time buyers to people looking to move to a bigger home. If you remortgage to Nationwide, you’ll get free legal fees or £250 cashback. If you already have a Nationwide mortgage and wish to borrow more for a DIY project or other large expense, you may able to do so. If you wish to move home, you could even port your existing mortgage.
If you need a new car, want to put all your debts in one place or go on a dream holiday, a personal loan may be for you. You can borrow between £1000-£25,000 over 7 years with fixed monthly payments. The best loan rates are reserved for current account holders. You can even get a no obligation quote that has no effect on your credit rating.
Nationwide for Business can help you manage your businesses finances. You can make the most of your savings with an instant access account or a fixed term deposit if you wish to save towards something. You could also get a commercial mortgage to help you move to new premises as well as project financing if your business is in the public sector.
Popular questions about Nationwide
Nationwide: What is a paid transaction fee?
A paid transaction fee is if a transaction is attempted on your account and it costs more than your arranged overdraft limit, but is below the reserve limit. The bank will pay the transaction for you and this will result in you being charged a fee, usually £15.
Nationwide: how to pay in a cheque?
You can pay in a cheque by visiting your local Nationwide branch. You can use one of the self-service machines or go to the cashier for assistance. A cheque will take around 6 days to fully process, i.e. on the 6th day you should be able to withdraw it from your account.
Are Nationwide open on Saturdays?
The majority of Nationwide branches are open from 9am until around 2pm on Saturdays. You can always check online or call your local branch. Don’t forget that banking services are available 24/7 through online and telephone banking.
Nationwide: How to close an account?
To close a Nationwide bank account, sign into online banking, fill in a form and print it out- then send it in the post or hand it into the branch. Alternatively, if you visit your local branch, you will be able to close your account there. For online products such as an e-savings account, you can do this online.
Nationwide: How much can I withdraw?
The amount of money that you can withdraw depends on which account you have. For the Flex/FlexOne accounts, the maximum amount you can withdraw from a cash machine per day is £500. In a branch, without giving notice it is £500. By counter draft in a branch, it’s £10,000.
The origins of Nationwide can be traced back to the 1800’s, with the Southern Co-Operative Permanent Building Society in London. In 1970, the society changed its name to Nationwide, to reflect that it would offer services across the country.
Today, the building society is made up of over 100 mergers. It is the second largest provider of mortgages and savings for households. The bank also took second place in the British Bank Awards 2016, as well as coming third in the Sunday Times’ “top 25 big companies to work for” poll.
For more about Nationwide, call the Nationwide head office contact number on this page.