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The page of Nationwide has a separate page intended for Log in users. It can be seen through the page of Nationwide Login. In the process of registering for online banking, you'll be asked to give Nationwide some brief personal details and choose some security information. An individual customer number and passnumber will then be posted to your registered address within 3 - 5 working days. For joint account holders, it is important that you both register your joint account separately and receive your own log in details, to view accounts held in your name. Your customer number and passnumber should never be shared. If you cannot register using your card or account number, you can use the on screen help to check you’re entering your card or account number in the right format. Check the account you’re trying to register is one that can be viewed online. If you recently applied for this account, it may not be open. Please wait until you have confirmation that your account is fully opened before registering. If you are registering with a FlexAccount, credit card, or savings account card, you will be asked for your card number, rather than your account number. This is the long number printed across the middle of the card. On the other hand, if you are registering with a mortgage account, your account number is printed on the top left side of your mortgage year end statements. For savings passbook or certificate based account, your account number is printed on the inside of the front cover of your passbook or on the front of your certificate. For other details that are not mentioned on this page, or if you have additional queries regarding some account problems, do not hesitate to contact the site administrators of Nationwide. You may use the information included in the Contact Details section. It can be found below the Nationwide Login Reset Process.
Step-by-step instructions for the Nationwide Login Process:
1. First, you must go to the Nationwide Login page by clicking this link: https://onlinebanking.nationwide.co.uk/AccessManagement/Login
2. Provide your personal customer number on the only text field that can be seen in the log in page.
3. Remember that you may choose to click the Remember my customer number option. You can select this box to save your customer number on this computer for future visits.
4. Upon filling the required detail, click the continue button to proceed with the Nationwide Login process.
1. Copy and paste the log in page URL of Nationwide into your preferred browser: https://onlinebanking.nationwide.co.uk/AccessManagement/Login
2. At the log in panel, you can see a link that says: "I've forgotten my customer number"
Click this link to continue.
3. This note will appear on that page. Read it carefully for Customer Number Look ups:
Find your customer number quickly and easily using our customer number look up tool.
We’ll ask you for a few items of personal information and to identify yourself using your card reader. Once completed your customer number will display in the customer number box on the log in screen. You can then log in to the Internet Bank as usual.
Please have your current account card and your card reader handy as you will need these.
If you do not have a card reader please call Nationwide Direct
4. Clickthe Find my customer number button on the page and be ready with the mentioned details.
Still Complicated? You can contact Nationwide directly by using the information provided below:
Full Contact Details on this page: http://www.nationwide.co.uk/contact_us/how_to_contact_us/default.htm
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