Worried about paying your mortgage? We have various ways that we can help you.
You can pay money into your bank account in lots of ways. Depending on how you add a payment, money can take between minutes and a few days to appear in your account.
Read on to find out the different ways that you can pay money into your account.
The following are options for paying money into your bank account, either yourself or for others.
You can pay money into an account online, over the phone or with a mobile phone number.
You can also pay others or transfer between your accounts. Simply log in to Internet Banking or the mobile app and follow the payment instructions.
Pay a Contact allows you to make payments to others via their mobile number.
There are several options for paying money into your account in branch using cash or cheque.
You can also transfer money between accounts, or pay others in branch. Make sure to bring along your debit card for authentication.
You can pay in both notes and coins at a Post Office® counter. Different Post Office® branches may have their own maximum deposit amount. You’ll need your account details and the equivalent total that you wish to deposit in coins and/or notes.
You can also pay in cheques at a Post Office®. A specific cheque envelope and a pre-printed paying in slip will be required to do this.. More details can be found on our Post Office® services page.
You can pay in cheques using the Lloyds Bank mobile app. Learn how to deposit cheques using our banking app.
We no longer offer cheque books for the Lloyds Bank Basic Account.
You can send money between accounts with Internet or Mobile Banking, and also in branch.
Transfers between two personal Lloyds Bank accounts are made right away. Transfers to non-Lloyds accounts are sent as Faster Payments. These can reach you within 2 hours. It may arrive on the next working day if the account can’t accept Faster Payments.
Salaries and payments such as bills are usually paid via BACS. Both need an employer or the bill payer to pay into an account using a sort code and account number.