Barclaycard is a credit cards provider in the UK. Find a guide to making the most of your Barclays card using online banking on www.barclaycard.co.uk
Applying for your credit card
You can now check your credit card eligibility online by answering a short online questionnaire. This will not affect your credit history in any way and you will get an instant decision. If you are eligible, you can proceed with a full application.
Go to credit card page for a description of the credit cards available. To help you choose, consider aspects like whether you need PPI or if you are likely to benefit from the reward points scheme offered.
Creating an account
To create an online account, go to www.barclaycard.co.uk and click on the “Register” link, located on the top right corner of the page. A new page will open where you will be asked to type in your card and contact details. You’ll also need to choose a username, passcode, and memorable word in order to access your account in the future.
Logging in Barclaycard
To log in to your account:
- Go to Barclaycard login page
- Click on “Log In” at the top right corner of the page
- You will need to have your username and passcode at hand.
- Alternatively, you can download the mybarclaycard application and access your account from your smart phone.
Managing your account
Once you are securely logged in, you will be directed to a welcome screen where you can check your mybarclaycard balance transfer, request a change in your existing credit limit, get a PIN number reminder, and set up regular payments via direct debit. For your convenience, requests for a change on your credit limit are dealt with immediately. You can also contact Barclaycard customer services using the “Contact Us” feature that will appear when you are logged in. This is a secure messaging feature and all enquiries are answered within 24 hours.
All Barclays credit products comply with the relevant financial regulations. For extra peace of mind, you can check the commercial register today to obtain more information about Barclays and its trading standards.