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    Guidance: accounts

    Last updated:  08  July  2015

    Accounts

    FAQs

    Why is my account name different?

    Commercial Banking Online may display your account name in a different format to that you see at the moment, for example the name of the account may have been shortened, or you had multiple short names for the same account. Although your account name may look different, there have been no changes to the sort code and account numbers.

    Why is my friendly or short name for my account shortened?

    Commercial Banking Online may shorten your account or friendly name and only display the first 35 characters. If multiple short names have been used for the same account, we will have chosen one to move across to Commercial Banking Online.

    What happens to closed accounts?

    Closed accounts will not be moved over to Commercial Banking Online. Please download the transaction history of any closed account before you move to Commercial Banking Online as you will not be able to access your existing online banking channel once you have moved.

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