Moving your current account to Metro Bank is simple and hassle-free. Our Current Account Switch Service will guarantee to have everything transferred in just 7 days.
Your payments, including any Direct Debits and standing orders, will transfer to your new account.
If any payments are made to your old account after the switch date you don’t need to worry, these payments will be redirected to your new account.
Your old account will be closed and your new one will be ready to use.
Just pop into one of our stores – they’re open 7 days a week and from 8am-8pm on weekdays. No need to make an appointment. Once you’re done, we’ll print your debit card and cheque book in store, so you can get up and running straight away.
To switch your account all we’ll need is:
We will attempt to match your existing overdraft limit (where we can, depending on your financial status).
It couldn't be simpler. Find your nearest store to make the switch.
Here’s what our switching team will take care of for you:
Once everything is in order and the switch is complete, we’ll let you know by email.
We have designed the Current Account Switch Service to let you switch your current account from one bank or building society to another in a simple, reliable and stress-free way. It will only take seven working days. As your new current-account provider we offer the following guarantee:
Got a question about moving your accounts to Metro Bank? Find the answer here.
If there are still 7 working days before your scheduled transfer date, we can cancel the switch. Our switching team will let you know what you need to do. Once the switch process has started we are unable to cancel it and you would then need to switch back if you want to stick with your previous bank.
Future payments that are sent to your old bank will be redirected to your new account. We’ll also let the sender know your new details.
The Current Account Switch Service should not interfere with this process and any debit card transactions that you have asked your bank to stop should remain so after your switch.
You may be able to transfer your payments to your new bank without redirecting payments from your old account, and you should discuss this requirement with your new bank.
Being in your overdraft doesn’t mean you can’t switch to a new bank – you just need to ask whether you’re eligible for the new bank’s overdraft services. If you meet their lending criteria and they say yes, your account will be switched. If you’re not eligible, you’ll need to repay your overdraft before switching.