If you are coming to the end of your mortgage, credit card or loan payment holiday, we will contact you before it ends, there is no need to call us. You can use our coronavirus support tool to find the right solution for your needs and confirm what you would like to do in a few simple steps.

 

How do I cancel a standing order using a desktop computer?

Step 1

Step 1

You can set up a standing order to pay into another of your own accounts, or someone else's. Choose the 'More Actions' button on your account.

Step 2

Step 2

Open 'Direct Debits and standing orders'

Step 3

Step 3

Choose 'Manage standing orders'

Step 4

Step 4

Select the 'Standing orders' tab, then the standing order you want to cancel. We call this 'deleting' a Standing Order. On the next page, you can confirm the deletion.


If you can't delete a standing order in Internet Banking, you'll need to contact us.

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Further help

If you can't find the help you need or are still having issues with Internet Banking, visit our help and guidance pages.

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