Payments into your Offset Savings account | Existing Customers | Accord Mortgages
Payments into your Offset Savings account
Information on receiving payments into your Accord Offset savings accounts.
It's easy to arrange to make payments into your Accord Offset savings account using one of the following methods. If you prefer you can also login and use your debit card to make a payment to your savings account.
By BACS or Faster Payments
Use sort code 62-29-33
For the account number please quote the first 8 digits of your Offset savings account number. The payee reference is your full 10 digit Offset savings account number. You will also need to provide the name of the Accord Mortgages account holder.
What are the timescales?
Where payments are sent by the Faster Payment service to your account they may take up to 4 hours to be credited to your account.
Use sort code 56-00-36 account number 28512081 and quote your Offset savings account number as the payee reference. You will also need to provide the name of the Accord Mortgages account holder.
Make your cheques payable to either your own name or, 'Accord Mortgages A/C' followed by your name and your Offset savings account number.
Send your cheque to:
Customer Service Centre - Admin - Savings
Additional security for your debit card transactions
We use the Verified by Visa and Mastercard SecureCode services to provide you with extra security when you make an online deposit into your Accord Offset savings account using your debit card. These services make it harder for someone to use your card to make fraudulent transactions and reassures your card issuer that it is you making the transaction
You can find out more information on both these schemes and registering your cards (if you haven't already done so) by speaking to your card issuer or clicking on the links below.
Making a payment into your Accord Offset savings account from overseas
Please note: Accord Mortgages no longer offers a service for paying money into your account from abroad.
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