The Co Op Bank customer services helpline can be contacted by phone: Open 7 Days a Week – 24 hours a day.
Co Op Bank Customer Service Hours
The Co Op Bank customer services team is available to take your call 7 Days a Week – 24 hours a day.
|Monday||12:00 AM||11:59 PM|
|Tuesday||12:00 AM||11:59 PM|
|Wednesday||12:00 AM||11:59 PM|
|Thursday||12:00 AM||11:59 PM|
|Friday||12:00 AM||11:59 PM|
|Saturday||12:00 AM||11:59 PM|
|Sunday||12:00 AM||11:59 PM|
Why contact The Co-operative Bank customer service?
– To make a query about opening a bank account
– To request changes to a current bank account
– To report suspicious activity on a current account
– To request to close a bank account
– To make a query about getting a credit card
– To report a credit or debit card as lost or stolen
– To get help using internet banking
– To find out more about credit card eligibility requirements
– To make a query about taking out a loan
– To find out more about The Co-operative Bank mortgages
– To find out more about The Co-operative Bank’s Everyday Rewards scheme
– To make a query about using your bank card abroad
If your credit or debit card is lost or stolen, you should report it to The Co-operative Bank as soon as possible. The sooner that you report the incident, the sooner The Co-operative Bank can take action to protect your account. If you do not report a missing card, you could be charged for purchases made on your account without your permission.
If you are a current customer, you may need your account number to make account requests or changes. In order to make any queries or changes, you may also need to be the main account holder of the relevant account.
About The Co-operative Bank
The Co-operative Bank is a UK-based bank with headquarters in Manchester. The company provides both commercial and retail banking solutions, including credit cards, bank accounts, loans, mortgages and savings accounts. The company is owned by The Co-operative Holdings Bank Ltd.
The Co-operative Bank’s history can be traced back to 1872 when the company was known as the Loan and Deposit Department of The Co-operative Wholesale Society, also known as CWS Bank. In 1971, the company was officially registered, and in 1975, it joined the Committee of London Clearing Banks, becoming the first new member of the committee in forty years.
Today, the company has approximately 4,000 employees and a net income of about £500 million. The bank has made considerable efforts to make their business practises ethical, including taking positive steps to change the way that the company’s policies affect climate change and human rights. In 2017, Business Moneyfacts awarded the company the ‘Best Banking Charity Provider’ award and the ‘Best Service from a Business Bank’ award.