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  • Identity Fraud Awareness | Nationwide
    homepage Media Centre Policy and Public Affairs Information for Lawyers View all Media Policy and Legal House Price Index House Price Index House Price Index homepage House Price calculator Reports archive Download data View all House Price Index Investor relations Investor relations Investor relations homepage About the business Funding programmes Investor queries View all Investor relations Our people Our people Our people homepage Working for us Jobs at Nationwide Graduate programmes View all Our people Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch Support We re here to help whether you need assistance with one of your accounts or if you just have questions you d like answered View all support Support View all support Emergency help Emergency help Emergency help homepage Important Travel Information Lost or stolen card Unusual activity on my account View all Emergency help Product support Product support Product support homepage Current Accounts Savings ISAs Mortgages View all Product support Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us homepage Internet Banking Mobile Banking Telephone Banking View all Ways to bank with us Travel Travel Travel homepage Fees and charges Emergency numbers Travel insurance FAQs View all Travel Contact us Contact us Contact us homepage Send us a message Call us Make a complaint View all Contact us Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties homepage Money worries Bereavement Power of Attorney View all Dealing with difficulties Security centre Security centre Security centre homepage Internet Banking security Mobile Banking security Fraud awareness View all Security centre Accessibility Accessibility Accessibility homepage Web accessibility Branch accessibility Setting up your browser View all Accessibility Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch Contact Us Branch Finder Register for Internet Banking Search Select this to show hide the search box Search Search this site Search Log in menu Select this to reveal panel with log in and registration links for Internet Banking Internet Banking Log in Log in or register for Internet Banking Help and demos Security Centre See more All services are operating normally MySave Online Savings Investor Portfolio Service IPS Legal and General MyAccount Personal Finance Portal Skip over secondary navigation to main content Product support Travel Ways to bank Dealing with difficulties Security centre Glossary Accessibility Contact us Home Support Security centre In this section Overview Internet Banking Security Mobile Banking Security Fraud Awareness More Fraud Awareness We re committed to helping you protect yourself against fraud Main content of page below Card fraud Cheque fraud Identity fraud Fraud investment scams Mobile Banking fraud Online fraud Card fraud Cheque fraud Identity fraud Identity fraud Having your identity stolen isn t just costly in time and money it can also lead to much more If you believe you ve been a victim of identity theft call us immediately on 0800 464 3051 Protect your identity Identity theft can lead to fraud that can have

    Original URL path: http://www.nationwide.co.uk/support/security-centre/fraud-awareness/identity-fraud (2016-02-09)
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  • Fraud & Investment Scams | Nationwide
    being frozen and closed and details of your involvement may be shared with other banks making the opening of another bank account difficult Remember this simple rule If it sounds too good to be true it probably is Competition lottery scams select to show or hide related content Lottery and competition scams are delivered in many ways in person over the phone through the post or by email The scammer will tell you that you ve won something substantial such as a large sum of money or a great prize and that all you have to do is send them money to claim the prize You re usually pressured to respond quickly or miss out and not given any time to think it through You may be asked to keep your win private or you may risk losing the prize to someone else to stop you seeking advice Rather than winning a prize you could lose a lot of money If you are told that you ve won a lottery or competition and you are not sure whether you ve entered it the best thing to do is to say no Hang up the phone delete the email or throw away the letter Always seek independent financial and or legal advice before deciding to send money and never give your banking details to anybody you are not completely sure of Advance fee schemes select to show or hide related content Advance fee schemes are letters or emails offering large rewards for small up front payments Overpaid Tax select to show or hide related content A scam which suggests you re entitled to a tax rebate The scammer uses cold calls or emails to attempt to get your personal details Inheritance money select to show or hide related content This scam suggests you ve inherited money from a relative you never knew You ll be asked to pay fees to get the money released Selling goods select to show or hide related content This scam involves you selling something The buyer pays you more than you were expecting and claims it is an error You send them the difference their cheque bounces and you will suffer the loss Job scam select to show or hide related content This scam involves you receiving a salary cheque for a new job you haven t started yet The cheque will be written for more than you re expecting and you ll be asked to pay the difference The cheque will bounce and you will suffer the loss Bogus FCA PRA and FOS communications select to show or hide related content These scams are letters or emails claiming to be from the Financial Conduct Authority FCA Financial Ombudsman Service FOS or Prudential Regulation Authority PRA There will be a request for your personal details or money Bank charge cold callers select to show or hide related content These scammers will call or email out of the blue offering to help reclaim bank charges They often claim to be from the Office of Fair Trading OFT and will ask for your personal details Pension Liberation select to show or hide related content Pension liberation schemes promise to convert pension benefits into cash before the age of 55 Not all pension liberation schemes are scams but many of them are linked to other fraudulent investment schemes They often fail to advise you of the tax implications of receiving cash from your pension fail to advise you of the full extent of fees to be paid in relation to any onward investment and falsely represent anticipated levels of returns when investments are either non existent or incapable of providing such a return Security tips Telephone Scams Vishing Never reveal your bank details e g account number PIN card reader generated passcode over the phone Fraudsters may instruct you to use your card reader either to hand over passcodes or transfer money to a safe account do not comply If asked to dial the number on the back of the card user a different phone Find out more about vishing scams Emails Delete any emails you do not recognise do not open them and shred chain letters Cash up front Be wary if you re asked to pay in cash up front Any legitimate business should accept credit or debit cards cheques or a bank transfer Always ask for a receipt so you have no record of the transaction Financial conduct Authority FCA We strongly advise you to check their register and only invest money with financial companies authorised by them If the company isn t authorised you will not have access to the Financial Ombudsman Service FOS or Financial Services Compensation Scheme FSCS if things go wrong Charity groups Investors Do your research and get independent advice before handing over your money Check the status of a UK charity on the Charity Commission s website Pension Liberation Never be rushed into agreeing to a pension transfer Ask for a statement showing how your pension will be paid when you retire and ask who ll look after your money until then If in doubt speak to an independent advisor for unbiased advice and enquire into the full extent of the charges you will be liable for Previous item Next item Investment fraud There are many different types of Investment scams but they all use the same basic principles they promise you a high return on your money or tax free benefits These scams are usually out of the blue cold calls but they can also come by email or post The fraudster will usually offer to buy or sell shares and stocks plots of land or other property rare goods or other investments Here are some of the scams currently being used by fraudsters Show all expandable content Hide all expandable content Recovery room fraud select to show or hide related content Victims of share fraud and other investment scams are often targeted by criminals offering to help those

    Original URL path: http://www.nationwide.co.uk/support/security-centre/fraud-awareness/fraud-and-investment-scams (2016-02-09)
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  • Mobile Fraud Awareness | Nationwide
    Legal Media Policy and Legal Media Policy and Legal homepage Media Centre Policy and Public Affairs Information for Lawyers View all Media Policy and Legal House Price Index House Price Index House Price Index homepage House Price calculator Reports archive Download data View all House Price Index Investor relations Investor relations Investor relations homepage About the business Funding programmes Investor queries View all Investor relations Our people Our people Our people homepage Working for us Jobs at Nationwide Graduate programmes View all Our people Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch Support We re here to help whether you need assistance with one of your accounts or if you just have questions you d like answered View all support Support View all support Emergency help Emergency help Emergency help homepage Important Travel Information Lost or stolen card Unusual activity on my account View all Emergency help Product support Product support Product support homepage Current Accounts Savings ISAs Mortgages View all Product support Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us homepage Internet Banking Mobile Banking Telephone Banking View all Ways to bank with us Travel Travel Travel homepage Fees and charges Emergency numbers Travel insurance FAQs View all Travel Contact us Contact us Contact us homepage Send us a message Call us Make a complaint View all Contact us Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties homepage Money worries Bereavement Power of Attorney View all Dealing with difficulties Security centre Security centre Security centre homepage Internet Banking security Mobile Banking security Fraud awareness View all Security centre Accessibility Accessibility Accessibility homepage Web accessibility Branch accessibility Setting up your browser View all Accessibility Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch Contact Us Branch Finder Register for Internet Banking Search Select this to show hide the search box Search Search this site Search Log in menu Select this to reveal panel with log in and registration links for Internet Banking Internet Banking Log in Log in or register for Internet Banking Help and demos Security Centre See more All services are operating normally MySave Online Savings Investor Portfolio Service IPS Legal and General MyAccount Personal Finance Portal Skip over secondary navigation to main content Product support Travel Ways to bank Dealing with difficulties Security centre Glossary Accessibility Contact us Home Support Security centre In this section Overview Internet Banking Security Mobile Banking Security Fraud Awareness More Fraud Awareness We re committed to helping you protect yourself against fraud Main content of page below Card fraud Cheque fraud Identity fraud Fraud investment scams Mobile Banking fraud Online fraud Card fraud Cheque fraud Identity fraud Fraud investment scams Mobile Banking fraud Mobile Banking fraud Having your mobile phone stolen isn t just costly in time and money it can also lead to much more If you ve had your mobile phone stolen tell your provider straight away

    Original URL path: http://www.nationwide.co.uk/support/security-centre/fraud-awareness/mobile-fraud (2016-02-09)
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  • How To Protect Yourself - Internet Banking Security | Nationwide
    Twishing What is Vishing What is Phishing What is a Trojan What is Shylock Malware Anti virus software Browsers and cookies Email and security tips Firewalls What is anti virus software Anti virus software is a computer program that searches your hard disk for viruses and removes any that are found It only protects against what it already knows about New viruses spread very quickly so you must update your anti virus software regularly on a weekly basis at the very minimum What anti virus products are available There are many anti virus products to choose from so it s best to do your research Most anti virus suppliers also offer a firewall product at little or no extra cost and these can be set up at the same time You ll need to ensure your chosen product is set up to check for updates every time your computer is switched on and runs a weekly scan Typically updates take a couple of minutes and will happen in the background Ideally it should also be set up to perform a full scan of the computer once a week What is spyware adware and how to prevent it Spyware is a program that secretly gathers information about what you do on your computer and quite often it does this without your knowledge In its least dangerous forms it is known as adware Adware collects information about your internet habits on behalf of companies and can occasionally pops up adverts as you surf How does it work In its more dangerous form it can act like a Trojan virus which is installed on your computer without you realising You do not have to be connected to the internet to be spied upon but once on the internet any information gathered can be sent to the fraudsters spying on you How can I prevent it Spyware removers search out these programs in the same way as anti virus and can also block those annoying pop up adverts There are many free anti spyware programs which can be downloaded and used to scan your computer for spyware and adware like Ad aware Signs of infection If you keep getting pop up windows all over your screen you may have been infected with spyware or adware You should run a scan like Ad Aware or Windows Defender to detect and to remove it Also if you run Windows XP Service Pack 2 or newer you can enable the pop up blocker in Internet Explorer How to enable the pop up blocker in Internet Explorer Tools Internet Options Privacy tab Check the pop up blocker box Trusteer security software Trusteer is free to download and helps keep you and your identity protected when you bank online Find out more W Trusteer security software Anti virus Anti spyware The following links may help guard you against viruses spyware and other malicious software F Secure Kaspersky Microsoft Security Essentials Sophos Bank safely online External industry standard links Financial Fraud Action Consumer Fraud Prevention Advice Cyber Street safety confidence online Get safe online free expert advice Action Fraud Identity Theft UK payments Administration What are browsers and cookies A browser short for web browser is a software application that enables you to view and access website pages A cookie is a text file placed on your computer by Nationwide which is used to provide extra security To use our Internet Banking service you will need to allow Nationwide to place a temporary cookie on your computer This change has been made to further enhance the security of the Internet Banking service Change your browser settings Internet Explorer Safari Google Chrome Firefox Internet Explorer Internet Explorer 7 PC and Mac Change your privacy settings 1 Choose Tools 2 Choose Internet Options 3 Select Privacy 4 Select a setting but not Block all cookies we recommend Medium High 5 Select Apply 6 Select OK Advanced privacy settings If you use custom settings on Internet Explorer make sure the Always allow session cookies box is checked within the Advanced Privacy Settings Safari Safari Mac and PC Change your preferences 1 Go to Safari option on the toolbar 2 Select the Preferences option 3 Click the Security tab 4 Choose either Always or Only from sites you navigate to Google Chrome Google Chrome PC and Mac 1 In the top right corner of Chrome click the Chrome menu and select Settings 2 At the bottom of the page click Show advanced settings 3 In the Privacy section click the Content settings button 4 In the Cookies section choose your preferred setting Firefox Firefox PC Change your privacy settings 1 Click Tools 2 Choose Options 3 Select Privacy 4 Tick the Accept cookies from sites box 5 Choose from the Keep until box 6 Select OK Firefox Mac Change your preferences 1 Go to Firefox option on the toolbar 2 Select the Preferences option 3 Select Privacy 4 Tick Accept cookies from sites box 5 Choose from the Keep until box How to enable cookies You will need to either Change your browser settings to enable cookies for all sites across the internet or Add Nationwide to your trusted sites list If you re sure your browser is set to accept cookies you may be seeing this page as you re using an out of date URL If you have Internet Banking saved as a favourite make sure the address saved is www nationwide co uk and access Internet Banking by selecting log in You may also be interested in Useful browser update links The following external browser links are available for both PC and Mac s although they re not specifically recommended by Nationwide Firefox MAC Firefox PC Google Chrome PC Internet Explorer Safari MAC Bank safely online External industry standard links Financial Fraud Action Consumer Fraud Prevention Advice Cyber Street safety confidence online Get safe online free expert advice Action Fraud Identity Theft UK payments Administration Email security Occasionally bogus emails are

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  • Online Fraud Awareness | Phishing & Trojans| Nationwide
    then uses this information to move money from your account to a fraudulent beneficiary account or mule account We ve listed some of the most common types of online fraud to help you find out how you can protect yourself against them If you believe you ve been a victim of online fraud call us immediately on 0800 464 30 51 Phishing Vishing Trojans Phishing emails and SMS text messages Phishing is a way of attempting to get your personal information and Internet Banking credentials in order to access your account fraudulently for example through an email or SMS text message pretending to be from Nationwide or another financial services institution How to spot a phishing email How to spot SMS phishing Download the latest phishing emails PDF What to do if you ve been affected If you receive a suspicious email saying it s come from Nationwide Building Society you can forward it to us at phishing nationwide co uk We cannot reply to your email but we can investigate it and make sure any fraudulent websites are closed down If you have responded to an email you now think may be suspicious in some way you should change your Internet Bank Log in details and run a full anti virus scan You should also monitor your account activity for any suspicious transactions and contact us immediately on 0800 30 20 11 if you are concerned about your account details Twishing Twishing phishing via Twitter is the act of sending a Tweet or Direct Message to a Twitter user in a fraudulent attempt to obtain personal information such as your Internet Banking credentials Those attempting to gain this information may use an account name pretending to be Nationwide or another credible organisation The Tweet or Direct Message will include a link to a fake website which asks the recipient to log in using their secure credentials If you receive a suspicious Tweet or Direct Message claiming to be from Nationwide let us know at phishing nationwide co uk or call 0800 30 20 11 Things to remember Nationwide will never ask you to send your Internet Banking credentials via Twitter Never click a link to Internet Banking via a Tweet or Direct Message Never give out your Internet Banking credentials via Twitter or any other social media channel Security tips Phishing emails Delete and don t open emails or SMS text messages you don t recognise Suspicious emails or SMS texts won t include your name and can contain spelling and grammatical errors There s usually a link or attachment to click on Never click a link to our Internet Bank from an email and never give out your Internet Banking credentials e g memorable data passnumber or card reader generated passcode Emails from us Our emails providing you have a valid UK postcode will always include your postcode at the top of the page Find out what email addresses we use Trojan protection Keep up to date and install firewalls and anti virus software We also offer a security software called Trusteer rapport this works alongside your anti virus software and firewalls to give you comprehensive online protection Never Synchronise your card reader or enter accounts numbers or amounts into the card reader unless you re making a payment Internet Banking Check the last logged in date on the Internet Bank to see whether your Internet Bank has been accessed by a third party If you spot anything suspicious call us immediately Make sure you read the conditions of our digital banking promise and Internet Banking terms and conditions and be alert to any warning messages posted on the Internet Bank Online Shopping Register for Verified By Visa VBV if you shop online and only shop at secure websites with the padlock or unbroken key symbol Be cautious in internet cafes or on public computers HMRC scam alert Fraudsters are targeting taxpayers with fake emails about tax rebates or requests for extra security checks by the HMRC They re attempting to gain access to your banking information HMRC will never send notifications of a tax rebate by email or ask you to disclose personal or payment information You should never disclose your personal and or payment information in reply to an email that may look like it s from HMRC Visit the HMRC site for more details Previous item Next item What is it Vishing involves a fraudster making a phone call posing as an official caller from a credible organisation They try and persuade victims to reveal financial and or personal information so they can gain access to your bank accounts The fraudster often tells the victim to hang up and dial the number on the back of their card to verify that the call is legitimate When the victim hangs up the fraudster will remain on the line so that when they redial they will go straight back through to the fraudster They persuade victims to either use their card readers to authorise payments via the internet bank to the fraudster s account or instruct the victim to log in to internet banking and transfer funds to a new account which they are told will safeguard their money or to hand over their bank cards and PINs to a courier Vishing by remote access Vishing by remote access is when a fraudster phones you and asks you to download software that gives them access to your computer in order to steal your personal details This scam typically involves the fraudster posing as a service provider claiming there is an issue with your router computer or phone line The fraudster will then ask you to install remote access software for diagnostics on to your computer which provides them with access to your system You may then be informed you are due a refund for the inconvenience and asked to log into your internet banking to authorise the refund The fraudster then creates a series of fake screens

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  • Guide to Dealing With Windfalls & Inheritance | Nationwide
    to bank with us Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us homepage Internet Banking Mobile Banking Telephone Banking View all Ways to bank with us Travel Travel Travel homepage Fees and charges Emergency numbers Travel insurance FAQs View all Travel Contact us Contact us Contact us homepage Send us a message Call us Make a complaint View all Contact us Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties homepage Money worries Bereavement Power of Attorney View all Dealing with difficulties Security centre Security centre Security centre homepage Internet Banking security Mobile Banking security Fraud awareness View all Security centre Accessibility Accessibility Accessibility homepage Web accessibility Branch accessibility Setting up your browser View all Accessibility Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch Contact Us Branch Finder Register for Internet Banking Search Select this to show hide the search box Search Search this site Search Log in menu Select this to reveal panel with log in and registration links for Internet Banking Internet Banking Log in Log in or register for Internet Banking Help and demos Security Centre See more All services are operating normally MySave Online Savings Investor Portfolio Service IPS Legal and General MyAccount Personal Finance Portal Skip over secondary navigation to main content News The basics Looking after your money Buying owning property Planning for life events Dealing with the unexpected Home Guides Looking after your money In this section Dealing with debt problems Managing debts Debt consolidation Building a safety net Borrowing sensibly Make the most of your savings Managing your money Looking after your credit rating Tax free savings Stocks shares ISAs Windfalls and inheritance Guide to investing More Windfalls and inheritance Making the most of opportunities Main content of page below Windfalls and inheritance The information in this guide was last updated on 15 01 2016 Coming into a large sum of money isn t something that happens often Before you commit yourself to spending investing giving gifts or even giving up your job it makes sense to take some time to consider your financial situation and your options Don t feel that you have to do anything in a hurry Whether it s an inheritance a bonus or even a lottery win a windfall opens up lots of opportunities Here are some tips to help you make the most of it Keep it separate Initially it may be worth opening a separate savings account for your windfall so you can benefit from interest while you decide what to do with it Find out about different savings accounts in our guide to Making the most of your savings Other guides you may like Tax free savings Estate planning Power of attorney Consider any tax implications Tax implications vary depending on the type of windfall you ve received Inheritance Estates may pay inheritance tax IHT if they re valued at over the inheritance tax threshold this is currently 325 000 for 2015 2016 Inheritance

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  • creating-a-budget
    Graduate programmes View all Our people Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch Support We re here to help whether you need assistance with one of your accounts or if you just have questions you d like answered View all support Support View all support Emergency help Emergency help Emergency help homepage Important Travel Information Lost or stolen card Unusual activity on my account View all Emergency help Product support Product support Product support homepage Current Accounts Savings ISAs Mortgages View all Product support Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us homepage Internet Banking Mobile Banking Telephone Banking View all Ways to bank with us Travel Travel Travel homepage Fees and charges Emergency numbers Travel insurance FAQs View all Travel Contact us Contact us Contact us homepage Send us a message Call us Make a complaint View all Contact us Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties homepage Money worries Bereavement Power of Attorney View all Dealing with difficulties Security centre Security centre Security centre homepage Internet Banking security Mobile Banking security Fraud awareness View all Security centre Accessibility Accessibility Accessibility homepage Web accessibility Branch accessibility Setting up your browser View all Accessibility Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch Contact Us Branch Finder Register for Internet Banking Search Select this to show hide the search box Search Search this site Search Log in menu Select this to reveal panel with log in and registration links for Internet Banking Internet Banking Log in Log in or register for Internet Banking Help and demos Security Centre See more All services are operating normally MySave Online Savings Investor Portfolio Service IPS Legal and General MyAccount Personal Finance Portal Skip over secondary navigation to main content News The basics Looking after your money Buying owning property Planning for life events Dealing with the unexpected Home Guides Looking after your money In this section Dealing with debt problems Managing debts Debt consolidation Building a safety net Borrowing sensibly Make the most of your savings Managing your money Looking after your credit rating Tax free savings Stocks shares ISAs Windfalls and inheritance Guide to investing More Managing your money Reaping the benefits of budgeting Main content of page below Money basics Creating a budget Spending wisely Cutting back Money basics Creating a budget Creating a budget The information in this guide was last updated on 26 02 2014 Finding out how to budget is the key to taking control of your finances It s all about knowing what comes in and what goes out Drawing up a monthly budget planner may take a little bit of effort but once it s up and running it can remove a lot of stress both day to day and in the future too 1 Keep a spending diary A successful budget isn t just a plan on paper It needs

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  • Borrowing basics
    and accounts View all Corporate information Your Nationwide Your Nationwide Your Nationwide homepage Your rewards Your voice Your society View all Your Nationwide Media Policy and Legal Media Policy and Legal Media Policy and Legal homepage Media Centre Policy and Public Affairs Information for Lawyers View all Media Policy and Legal House Price Index House Price Index House Price Index homepage House Price calculator Reports archive Download data View all House Price Index Investor relations Investor relations Investor relations homepage About the business Funding programmes Investor queries View all Investor relations Our people Our people Our people homepage Working for us Jobs at Nationwide Graduate programmes View all Our people Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch Support We re here to help whether you need assistance with one of your accounts or if you just have questions you d like answered View all support Support View all support Emergency help Emergency help Emergency help homepage Important Travel Information Lost or stolen card Unusual activity on my account View all Emergency help Product support Product support Product support homepage Current Accounts Savings ISAs Mortgages View all Product support Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us homepage Internet Banking Mobile Banking Telephone Banking View all Ways to bank with us Travel Travel Travel homepage Fees and charges Emergency numbers Travel insurance FAQs View all Travel Contact us Contact us Contact us homepage Send us a message Call us Make a complaint View all Contact us Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties homepage Money worries Bereavement Power of Attorney View all Dealing with difficulties Security centre Security centre Security centre homepage Internet Banking security Mobile Banking security Fraud awareness View all Security centre Accessibility Accessibility Accessibility homepage Web accessibility Branch accessibility Setting up your browser View all Accessibility Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch Contact Us Branch Finder Register for Internet Banking Search Select this to show hide the search box Search Search this site Search Log in menu Select this to reveal panel with log in and registration links for Internet Banking Internet Banking Log in Log in or register for Internet Banking Help and demos Security Centre See more All services are operating normally MySave Online Savings Investor Portfolio Service IPS Legal and General MyAccount Personal Finance Portal Skip over secondary navigation to main content News The basics Looking after your money Buying owning property Planning for life events Dealing with the unexpected Home Guides Looking after your money In this section Dealing with debt problems Managing debts Debt consolidation Building a safety net Borrowing sensibly Make the most of your savings Managing your money Looking after your credit rating Tax free savings Stocks shares ISAs Windfalls and inheritance Guide to investing More Borrowing sensibly Making the right choice to suit your needs Main content of page below Borrowing basics

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