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Where Is the Sort Code on a Debit Card?

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The sort code on a debit card appears between the first four digits, which usually indicate the card type and the last eight digits, which identify the account number. It is used to route money transfers between banks.
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A sort code is a unique number given as a kind of address for bank branches in the United Kingdom. Sort codes are used internally by the bank for identification purposes. Rather than
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where is the soft code on my debit card.
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It should be embossed at the bottom of the front of the card. It will be three sets of two digits separated by dashes.
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That depends entirely on the bank issuer and the age of the card. Not all Visa Debits look the same. I have a Natwest Visa Debit and the sort code is on the bottom left but there
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