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|Barclays||Connection Numerals||Operating Times|
|Barclays Customer Service Contact Number||0843 557 5015||9am-5pm|
|Barclays Head Office Phone Line||0843 557 4385||9am-5pm|
|Barclays Personal Banking Contact Number||0843 557 4393||9am-5pm|
|Barclays Lost Card Contact||0843 557 3371||9am-5pm|
|Business Accounts with Barclays||0844 826 8019||9am-5pm|
|Barclays Travel Insurance||0843 557 4611||9am-5pm|
|Barclays Complaints||0843 290 7189||9am-5pm|
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The customer service departments at Barclays are world-renowned for their excellent service and dedication to their customers. The customer service staff at Barclays are able to resolve a range of problems such as compromised account information, lost cards, theft, fraud, identity theft, or stolen credit and debit cards. You can call the Barclays Customer Service Contact Number on 0843 557 5015.
Based on Canary Wharf in London and built especially for Barclays, Canary Wharf stands more than thirty stories tall, every story of which is crammed with experts and specialists, all dedicated to helping you. This line should be used by Barclay staff, and complaints should be made via the complaints line at the top of this page. If you would like to call the Barclays Head Office you can do so by calling 0843 557 4385.
You can call the Barclays Personal Banking Contact Number for many reasons. You may forget your PIN, lose your card, or require help setting up your account in the first place, or you may simply want to call to confirm some details or ask a few questions. You can contact the personal banking team with Barclays directly on 0843 557 4393.
If you’ve lost your card from Barclays you can phone the number 0843 557 3371 to report it lost and ensure that the card is blocked and unable to use by anyone not authorised to do so. It’s important that you phone straight away, especially if you have a contactless card, as purchases can be made without the need of a PIN number with these cards.
If you have a business account with Barclays (please note, for a business account with Barclays you must first have a business) then you can call the customer service line for that department on 0844 826 8019. You can also use this line if you would like enquire about opening a business account with Barclays over the phone.
Phone the number 0843 557 4611 to get in contact with the Barclays Travel Insurance team. When you call they can help you both set up a new account or contract, as well as help you to claim on your Barclays Travel Insurance.
When you call they can help you set up travel insurance for just one trip, or annual cover if that’s the best option. If you have a Barclays account this will give you the best deals for your travel insurance, so be sure to let them know if you do have one.
If you’re calling to make a claim or would like to make changes to your cover, then you will need to provide details of your account so they can access the information quickly and make the changes needed. If you need to pay an excess for your Barclays Travel Insurance you will need to make
Should you be left upset or unhappy with Barclays for whatever reason, you can register an official complaint against the company on 0843 290 7189.
If you do call, please bear in mind that you will need to provide your details so your complaint can be adequately followed up upon, and in the event that you are eventually found to be in the right to claim compensation, you can be notified and receive the compensation to which you are entitled. As a result, if you would rather not provide your details, you can submit a complaint anonymously either in-branch or by post or email – although you will not be able to follow-up your complaint and may not ultimately derive any benefit whatsoever from doing so.
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