RBS Contact Number
The most straight forward way to contact RBS is to speak to their customer services team on the RBS Contact Number. As you’d expect there is an automated response system to guide you through to the correct contact number, but from one single number you can speak to RBS quickly and easily.
The Royal Bank of Scotland is part of The Royal Bank of Scotland Group incorporating a number of banks including NatWest and Coutts. Founded in 1727 it experienced rapid expansion prior to the 2008 financial crisis to be one of the largest banking groups worldwide.
RBS has a range of services as you’d expect of major banks, including personal, business, private and commercial and with a huge branch network through the UK has a large customers base.
For more information about RBS services you can visit their website at:
As with most banks there is an ever growing trend towards online banking, with more and more services becoming available. However RBS Customer Service teams remain available on their contact number, typically 24 hours a day.
Whether you’re looking to speak to RBS regarding personal banking, loans, mortgages, credit cards or another service you can contact them on the number shown above and you will be directed to the correct place.
RBS Contact Number
36 St Andrew Square
Tel: 0843 455 7045
It’s hard to believe that telephone banking was first invented in 1980. The first bank to offer telephone banking was Girobank, however it didn’t take long for others to recognise both the cost saving and customer service benefits and follow suit.
In 1962 RBS introduced mobile banking. A fleet a vans was used to transport staff to remote and rural parts of the UK, reaching more customers than ever. For more information visit http://www.rbs.co.uk/personal/ways-to-bank-with-us/mobile-bank/history.ashx.
Focusing on Products
RBS has a huge range of products for personal banking. Grouped into Bank Accounts, Savings Accounts, Credit Cards, Loans, Mortgages, Insurance and Investment you’ll find a portfolio typical of most high street banks.
During the rapid growth phase prior to the 2008 financial crisis, RBS invested heavily in advertising and corporate sponsorship to raise it’s profile. As well as acquisition this meant more and more customers were choosing RBS products to support their everyday financial needs.