Found 24th Apr 2008
Hi,

Just wondering if i can transfer money from my UK Barclays account to a Bank of Scotland account?

Thanks

I've searched on the Barclays site and Google, but could not find anything.

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cant you just make a payment to your account!? online sort code and acc number?

payments to any account .....just put in the sort code and account number

yes, you can, as Usha says, to any UK account. You need name, sort code, account no. - might not even need name but I've always used it when making transfers from my Barclays a/c

Original Poster

Thanks for the replies. I'll rep you all : )

It is a Bank of Scotland account, and not a 'Royal' Bank of Scotland.

Will payments still be the same, like as if it is for any bank?

Thanks

yes, its just making a payment from this acc number to that acc number, should be quite easy on barclays as i recall

just go to make a payment/pay someone and then click on use sort code/ account number and put your details in and hey presto

Yes you can make a payment into any bank account with any bank in the UK. if it's another account of the same bank, or sometimes the same group (eg halifax and rbs) then the transfer is instant. to an account of another bank it will take at least 1 working day to transfer (maybe longer i'm not totally sure)

Original Poster

Thanks all.

You can make online payments to and from any bank that is a member of BACS:

en.wikipedia.org/wik…ACS

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WARNING:-

Be aware that on barclays online banking, if you do not logoff properly then a user of your computer can just press the back button to go back to your barclays session and it will still be active.

i was shocked when I went into my history and clicked on barclays that my girlfriend had used 10 minutes before and I had full access to her accounts.

Very dodgy!

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ive just transfered money to my scotland ac- so yes its possible!

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csiman;1964189

WARNING:-Be aware that on barclays online banking, if you do not logoff … WARNING:-Be aware that on barclays online banking, if you do not logoff properly then a user of your computer can just press the back button to go back to your barclays session and it will still be active.i was shocked when I went into my history and clicked on barclays that my girlfriend had used 10 minutes before and I had full access to her accounts.Very dodgy!



Don't think this is dodgy, most sessions would be open for a short time. She probably felt secure enough to log on in her own home, not expecting her bloke to go browsing through her history. That's dodgy in my view :whistling:

Oh. she might have used your pc, ok she should have logged off properly, or refrained from using any pc for which she cannot be confident in how well it's locked down.

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aScottishBloke;1964431

Don't think this is dodgy, most sessions would be open for a short time. … Don't think this is dodgy, most sessions would be open for a short time. She probably felt secure enough to log on in her own home, not expecting her bloke to go browsing through her history. That's dodgy in my view :whistling:Oh. she might have used your pc, ok she should have logged off properly, or refrained from using any pc for which she cannot be confident in how well it's locked down.


It was a warning to others, not an invite to abuse.

All the banks I use do NOT allow you to browse back to an active session.

Many times I have seen people at work during lunchtime doing online banking and then just go to google or similar without logging off. Just warning people about the risks of not logging off. The banks would not cover any losses as a result IMHO.

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Just tried it with Bank Of Scotland, same result as your gf. Royal Bank of Scotland invited me to restart the login process.

Anyway, did you find what you were looking for

you can transfer money to any uk account
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