Natwest Community Banking

6th August 2020, 1:00pm | By David |

My role as a Community Banker is primarily based in the community, so with the restrictions in place due to coronavirus I’ve had to change my way of working.  I wanted to take this opportunity to let you know how I can still support you and the community.

I am now able to offer my Friends against Scams presentation via Zoom.  This is available to any community group, business or charity and you do not need to be customers.  I am aware that a lot of groups/businesses are now holding their meetings via Zoom so are already using this type of technology.

I can also offer support and coaching for customers who wish to register and use our Online Banking Services, mobile app and video banking (available for devices on or above operating systems iOS 10.0 and Android 6.0)

We also have two dedicated customer support lines to help customers:-

Over 70’s and people in extended isolation line. –  0800 051 4176 (Relay UK 18001 0800 051 4176)

NHS Workers line.  –  0800 046 2418 (Relay UK 18001 0800 046 2418)

Please pass this information on to anyone you think may benefit too.  I’d love to make as many people aware, of who and where to reach out to if they need help with their finances.

You can contact me on the below details if you would like more information on any of the above.

Caroline Gray

NatWest Community Banker

Phone-07917227960

Email-Caroline.gray@natwest.com

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