Online banking is easy and secure with your current account Barclays Bank. Register and login to your Barclays online account on www.barclays.co.uk
How to register to use Barclays Internet banking
To setup your online banking account, you will need to:
- Have a valid UK postcode.
- A Barclays debit or credit card.
- Go to the Barclays online banking registration site
- Fill in your personal details, including your full name, date of birth, postcode, e-mail address, debit card number, and sort code.
It is very important that you give a valid e-mail address, as this will be used to send you a unique membership number.
You will be sent a PINSentry device by post, which will allow you to generate unique secure codes to keep your banking transactions secure.
Once you receive an e-mail stating your membership number and PINSentry device, login to the Barclays internet banking website.action and follow the instructions. If you need help, you can watch a demo at this site.
Once you are logged in, you will be able to see your statements, transfer money between accounts, make payments, set up direct debits, and apply to certain financial products.
Barclays online banking on the go (www.barclays.co.uk)
Barclays mobile site is an alternative to desktop-based online banking that suits everyone who needs access to their accounts while they are away from a computer. You can download the mobile app to your smartphone from Barclays mobile banking.
You will then receive a message with a link. Follow the link and register for mobile banking using your sort code and account number and your PINSentry device.
The step-by-step instructions will guide you through the process, but if you need help or the application is not working, you can contact Barclays staff at any branch or use the live chat feature on the website.
Remember that you can use this application abroad too, whether you are on a business trip to the USA or on holiday in the Mediterranean, so don’t forget to setup your smartphone for fast and secure mobile banking with Barclays.