April 2024

Barclays building society roll number in April 2024

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As of now, Barclays no longer has a roll number as it is a bank instead of a building society.

Roll numbers are mainly used by building societies and banks like Barclays will have replaced their roll numbers with sort code numbers and account numbers.

What is a roll number?

A roll number is a unique identifier assigned to every member of a building society. It is used to keep track of individual accounts and transactions. They are different to sort codes and account numbers, which are used by banks instead of building societies.

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Why do building societies have roll numbers?

The primary reason for a roll number is to identify an individual member’s account. This is important for keeping track of transactions and balances. It also allows building societies to send out statements and other correspondence to the correct member.

Why are roll numbers important?

Roll numbers play an important role in the administration of building societies. They help staff to identify members and their accounts, and to process transactions accurately. Roll numbers also help to prevent fraud and money laundering.

What is the sort code for Barclays Bank?

.The sort code for Barclays Bank is 20-00-00.

A sort code is a six-digit number that identifies the bank and branch where a customer’s account is held. Sort codes are used to process payments between banks and building societies.

Who are Barclays Bank?

Barclays Bank is a multinational bank based in the United Kingdom. It was founded in 1690 and has operations in more than 50 countries. Barclays is one of the world’s largest banks, with assets of over £1 trillion.

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