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Welcome to CAF Bank Online

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Paying in cheques during the coronavirus outbreak

Please pay your cheques in as normal to any branch of HSBC if you are based in England or Wales, or RBS if you are based in Scotland. Alternatively, you can pay cheques in at the Post Office using your paying-in slip and an envelope provided by us.
If this is not possible because your local branch is unavailable or you or your colleagues are self-isolating, please post your cheques along with a paying-in slip to:

For customers based in England or Wales

HSBC Bank Plc, City of London Branch, Ground Floor, 60 Queen Victoria Street, London, EC4N 4TR

For customers based in Scotland Updated 14/04/2020

NatWest, CPU, PO Box 21, 41 The Drapery, Northampton, NN1 2EY

It is important to let you know that most banks are under significant pressure at the moment so there may be a delay in processing when sending your cheques via the post.

Spot and Avoid Banking Scams

Has someone requested or pressured you into setting up a payment online either via email, letter, telephone or invoice? Did you receive a request to amend the account details for a payment? Could these be a scam?

To protect yourself and your organisation, never comply with any requests without verifying the source. Always confirm the request using known contact details of the beneficiary.

For more information how to protect yourself and your organisation, visit our Security Centre.

By continuing to use our Online Service, you confirm you would take the necessary precaution measures to protect you and your organisation from scams.

CAF Bank Limited company registration number 1837656 (England and Wales). CAF Bank Limited is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority (FRN 204451).