The Lloyds Bank customer services helpline can be contacted by phone: Open 7 Days a Week – 7:00 AM-11:00 PM.
Lloyds Bank Customer Service Hours
The Lloyds Bank customer services team is available to take your call 7 Days a Week – 7:00 AM-11:00 PM.
|Monday||7:00 AM||11:00 PM|
|Tuesday||7:00 AM||11:00 PM|
|Wednesday||7:00 AM||11:00 PM|
|Thursday||7:00 AM||11:00 PM|
|Friday||7:00 AM||11:00 PM|
|Saturday||7:00 AM||11:00 PM|
|Sunday||7:00 AM||11:00 PM|
Why contact Lloyds Bank customer service?
– To make a query about opening a new personal or business bank account
– To make a query about opening a new joint account
– To make a query about changing a current account to a joint account
– To make a query about a current account
– To close an account
– To get support making a transfer from a Lloyds Bank account
– To report a credit or debit card as lost or stolen
– To report suspicious activity or transactions on an account
– To request a replacement credit or debit card
– To find out more about overdraft or credit limits
– To get help using internet banking
– To make a query about their mortgages or loans
– To find out more about their insurance, car finance or travel services
– To get advice about your savings or making investments
When contacting them, you will likely need a number of contact details to open a new account. If you are already their customer, you may need your account number to hand and, in some cases, you may need a telephone banking password.
However, you will not be asked to share your PIN number or your online account password over the phone.
About Lloyds Bank
Lloyds Bank is a bank operating in England and Wales. The company was founded in Birmingham in 1765 by John Taylor and Sampson Lloyd as Taylors and Lloyds. Today, it is known as one of the ‘Big Four’ of banking, dominating the commercial and retail banking market along with Barclays, HSBC and The Royal Bank of Scotland.
As the company grew throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, it joined or took over other banking companies until its most notable pairing with Trustee Savings Bank, in 1995. Between 1999 and 2013 the company was known as Lloyds TSB Bank until in became known at Lloyds Bank, in 2013.
Currently, the company is the main subsidiary of Lloyds Banking Group, a British financial institution which also owns Halifax and Bank of Scotland. It is also reportedly the largest retail bank in Britain. The company headquarters are based in London with other branches in Scotland and Wales. It has over 1,000 branches in England and Wales, more than 45,000 employees and over 16 million customers.