A guide to home banking and Internet shopping – Information for personal and business customers Electronic commerce and new technologies mean that shopping and banking have become 24 hour activities that, with the right equipment, can be carried out from anywhere in the world. This document answers some of your questions about both Internet and PC (personal computer) banking and paying for goods over the Internet, covering functionality, security concerns, payment speed and advice for plastic card users. The ‘Your Money and the Internet’ document is reproduced with the permission of BBA Enterprises Ltd. Copyright of this material remains with BBA Enterprises Ltd. All rights reserved. © BBA Enterprises Ltd 2003-2013 »
Here at is4money we aim to provide information on the personal finance topics you want, such as who the Banks are, how to bank on the Internet and best practice for safely using the ‘net to buy goods.
With today’s busy lifestyles financial transactions can be conducted via the phone, on your PC and even through interactive TV. Here we have provided a list of the Banks providing online facilities. Abbey National plc Alliance & Leicester Bank of Ireland Bank of Scotland (HBOS) Barclays Bristol & West plc Cahoot Charcolonline Citibank Co-operative Bank, The Egg First Direct Bank HSBC Bank plc Halifax Online Intelligent Finance Lloyds TSB Merrill Lynch HSBC NatWest Bank Newcastle Building Society Norwich & Peterborough Building Society Royal Bank of Scotland plc, The Smile Tesco Online Banking Virgin One Woolwich Open Plan Yorkshire Bank »
Banks A to H Bank of Ireland Bank of Scotland (HBOS) Barclays Birmingham Midshires (HBOS) Bradford & Bingley Bristol & West plc C Hoare & Co Cahoot Capital One bank Cheltenham & Gloucester Citibank Clydesdale Bank plc Co-operative Bank, The Coutts Direct Line Egg First Direct Bank Halifax Bank of Scotland (HBOS) HSBC Bank plc Halifax »