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General Chat Thread, Recommend Internet Banking in General; Hi all I currently bank with Nat west and I love the Internet banking as it is always up to ...
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    Recommend Internet Banking

    Hi all

    I currently bank with Nat west and I love the Internet banking as it is always up to date with my transactions so I find it easy to manage my money.

    My Hubby is with Smile (Co-op) and the transactions online are often 4-7 days behind! He can't bank with Nat West due to old debt issues so is trying to find another bank or building soiciety that also has a good and "prompt" Internet banking service.

    Has anyone got any recommendations?

    Thanx

    Tazz

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    I've had nothing but good experiences with Nationwide's.

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    No complaints with HSBC for me.

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    HSBC's is pretty good, but I much prefer Natwest.

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    I have 2 accouts with the Natwest to the HSBC. The internet banking on both is equal. The HSBC is a better bank

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    I have 2 accouts with the Natwest to the HSBC. The internet banking on both is equal. The HSBC is a better bank
    In your opinion!

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    I use HSBC - no complaints with it they also have a secure software that they try and make you install on a windows machine (but i don't use windows so wouldn't know if its any good)

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    Always liked Lloyds internet banking but the bank themselves are morons. Co-op internet banking is very basic and yeah, slow but they can't be beaten for outright decent service by any other bank in the country

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    Halifax is pretty good.

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    firstdirect - they have been doing online banking longer than most and its pretty good.

    Also have UK call centre

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    HSBC: Good, Barclays: Getting better but p--- poor, First Direct: Heard numerous independant good things

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    Intelligent Finance is a good one - never had any problems - you can have current and savings accounts for one or more people in the same 'pot'.
    You can have multiple savings accounts (it is one really, but you can call different bits different things - eg I have one called 'holiday', 'new car' etc which keeps things all separate.) we have an offset mortgage too but i dont think they do those any more.
    IF is based in Scotland and they have always been helpful and fast

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    We use Barclays and ING without any difficulties.

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    Another vote here for Nationwide. They give you a little card reader thing for added security when making payments / transfers.

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    Alliance & Leicester 's on line banking works on ubuntu !

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