Contact us

Due to the challenging times we’re all experiencing, we’re dealing with a much higher number of calls from customers than normal and our call waiting times are much longer than usual.

So that we can support those in the most vulnerable situations we ask that you only call if your enquiry is urgent.

You can still use our online and mobile banking services.

Support for customers impacted by coronavirus (COVID-19)

As the impact of coronavirus is felt across the UK, you may have concerns about how it could affect you and your money. So, we’ve put in place some additional support and information to help:

Call us

Call a member of our team to talk to us about your existing account or to find out more about our range of products and services.

Find a phone number

Alternatively, call us direct from the mobile banking app. As you’re already securely logged in, there's no need to remember any passwords. Learn more about calling from the app.

Tweet us

Find us on Twitter* @HalifaxBank. We're happy to help with any Online Banking queries - but don't Tweet any personal, account, logon or financial details. We'll never ask you for this type of personal information through Twitter or direct you to a web page that asks for this information.

www.twitter.com/HalifaxBank is the only official Twitter page for Halifax personal banking.
www.twitter.com/halifaxbroker is the only official Twitter page for Halifax Share Dealing.

If you find a Twitter page claiming to represent Halifax that is not at the above address, please report it by emailing security@halifax.co.uk with the web address.

Visiting us in branch

The safest way to bank with us right now is from home. If you do need to visit us in branch, most are open 9.30am to 2pm Monday to Friday. We've taken the decision not to open branches at weekends. Please check our branch locator if you need to visit.

To protect you and our staff, we’ve put social distancing measures in place in our branches so you can bank with us safely. You'll also be asked to wear a face covering. When you visit, we may ask you to wait outside if it’s busy and things may take a little more time to complete, but we’ll help you as quickly as we can, so please bear with us. 

You can also do your everyday banking at your local Post Office. You can check your balance, make withdrawals and pay cash or cheques into your current account at Post Office counters. Make sure you check their website for up-to-date information about opening hours.

Can we save you a trip? We’re being asked to stay at home right now but there are still many ways you can get your banking done such as:

Use the SignVideo service

If you're a user of British Sign Language (BSL) the SignVideo service gives you access to an online interpreter enabling you to communicate with us using sign language.

Write to us

Write to us at Halifax, PO Box 548, Leeds, LS1 1WU. For security reasons we can't respond to any queries about Online Banking by post. If you're having problems accessing Online Banking visit Online Banking help to get support and find out how to get in touch.

Having problems with Online Banking

Find out how to get in touch.

Get help with Online Banking

Lost or stolen card?

Report your card as lost or stolen and request a replacement.

Report your cardlost or stolen.

Need to change your name or address?

Find out moreabout updating your personal details.

Want to complain about PPI?

If you have a concern about how your PPI (Personal Protection Insurance) policy with us was sold, please visit our PPI complaints page.

Find out moreabout PPI complaints.

Your great experience

We’re really pleased that you’ve had a great experience with Halifax. If you'd like to tell us about it, please use this form. We will not contact you, however, we will pass your feedback on to the right team.

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