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Our hub has been designed especially for you, with a wide variety of hints and tips to help you keep your home and contents safe.
If you have a personal or business account, you can pop into a branch, use a cash machine or head to your nearest Post Office.
To find your nearest Yorkshire Bank, use the branch locator below. Please note, some of our branch hours have changed given the impact of the Coronavirus situation – updated hours are reflected in the branch locator.
As well as check your balance and withdraw cash, at ATMs you can:
With a Yorkshire Bank account, you can carry out a number of banking transactions at Post Office Branches across the country. Such as:
Some Post Office branches can’t accept cash deposits over £2000. If you want to pay in more, call into the Post Office first and ask if they can accept it.
To use this service, you need to have completed an application form and been approved. Contact your Relationship Manager to help you arrange this. For further information on any of the services, please view the Post Office terms & conditions.
What you’ll need to take with you
Use the Post Office's own locator tool to help you find the one nearest you.
To give you more protection against fraud we have changed the way you verify payments online and via mobile banking.
We need to ensure it’s really you making the payment before the money leaves your account. How you do this depends on whether you’re using:
No, it’s not for every payment. Once saved the person or company you are paying will become ‘Trusted’. That means you may not need to do the identity check again, unless you change details like the sort code, account number, name or reference.
To make payments of more than £500, or totaling more than £1000 per day, you will now need to use the Mobile Banking App to verify your payments.. Business customers using a One-Time Passcode will no longer be able to make payments greater than £500 and will need to use the mobile app to verify payments.Continue to Internet Banking
You may see a difference to when you’re asked to authenticate a payment via Business Internet Banking and the Mobile App, how you do this will remain the same by using:
For more information visit our online help.
Forgot your business internet banking password, we can help.
Just give us a call on 0800 121 4209
Monday – Friday 8am - 6pm and select Option 2.