Yorkshire Bank is a bank operating in England as a trading division of Clydesdale Bank and is ultimately owned by CYBG plc. It mostly operates in the North of England, especially in Yorkshire. The bank was established in 1859 by a Colonel Edward Akroyd of Halifax. Based in Leeds it was known as the West Riding Penny Savings Bank.
Contact Yorkshire Bank by phone
The following numbers are for emergency telephone calls. For lost or stolen credit or debit cards call freephone 0800 456 1 247. If your card is lost or stolen when you are abroad, call +44 141 951 7315. For suspected fraud, telephone 0800 456 1 247. Yorkshire Bank also has a 24-hour customer services telephone number, 0800 456 1 247 or if you are outside the UK, +44 141 951 7315. The 24 hour customer services number for Minicom users is 0800 345 7365 to you want to register, or if you are already registered, the telephone number is 0800 678 3528. The Internet banking helpdesk number is 0800 456 1 247, and Credit card customer services can be reached on 0800 678 3320. If you need to contact Yorkshire Bank about Payment Protection Insurance, that number is 0800 055 6655. Another number you may needs is for Personal loan enquiries, that number is 0800 707 6471. Several other numbers listed on the bank’s website include Current account application enquiries: 0800 028 3632, Existing mortgage enquiries:, and if you want to reach Yorkshire Bank’s Business direct department call 0800 756 0800.
Contact Yorkshire Bank customer service on the internet
The internet address for Yorkshire bank is www.ybonline.co.uk. The website has an online branch locator, which if you key in a postcode or twon, will produce the bank address and phone number, as well as its opening hours. It also has an ATM locator. Three buttons across the top of the home page direct your to ‘Personal Banking’, ‘Private Banking’ and ‘Business Banking’. There are also home page links to ‘Buying a property’, ‘Bank accounts’ and ‘Borrowing money’. The website says that to report phishing e-mails you should need an email to: email@example.com. There is also a Help and Support page which contains information ranging from fraud prevention to bereavement support, and an online feedback link online forms.
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