What Is a Building Society Roll Number?

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Building society roll number is a number that uniquely identifies an individual's account usually a savings account. It is sometimes confused with a Bank Account Number or a customer reference number and is used by some building societies for identification purposes.
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A building society roll number is a reference number used by a building society to uniquely identify a client's account, especially the savings account. This is specifically for building societies not banks. Its use is however diminishing in the emergence of sort-code and account number allocations to clients.
A building society roll number is client’s reference number used to uniquely identify an individual’s savings account.
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with nationwide you probably wont need one because they run it like a bank. however with little building societies, they get their payments through 1 bank account (usually with a
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Building Society savings accounts give you a passbook with a number that's called a roll number. The name dates back to the days when details were written out in quill pen in a big
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You can contact the Cheshire Building Society free fom a BT landline on 08001951514.
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It is your account number. Building Society savings account books have a roll number in the book. ...
Nationwide's sort codes are determined by the account type, rather than the branch they are held at. For example Flex Account is 07 01 16 or 07 02 46 or 07 44 ...
A building society roll number is the number associated with your savings account which you have with the Abbey National. Any one of the links below should explain ...
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