Important contractual information is included in the documents which can be accessed via the links below. We advise that you should read and consider these documents before proceeding with your application. You should print or save copies of these documents for further reference and records. If you have any questions regarding the agreement, or if you require further information, please contact us.
- 1|2|3 Current Account Key Facts Document including The Statement of Lender and Borrower Responsibilities and Pre-Contractual Information, FSCS Information Sheet and Exclusions List.
- General Terms & Conditions and Important Information including Terms of Business. These Terms and Conditions include information relating to changes we are making over the coming months, you should keep a copy of these for your records. We will also send you a copy of the terms that apply today by email if you continue with your application.
To view these documents, you may need to download Adobe Reader.
If you apply for an overdraft and the amount we can give you is lower than your request, we’ll contact you to let you know what we can offer. We will ask you to confirm that you’re happy to go ahead before we open your account.
Paper-free Current Accounts: Receive your statements, letters and other important information online.
When applying online for a new account, we will arrange for your statements (e.g. your monthly and annual statements), letters and other important information (e.g. any important messages about your account, such as changes to your terms and conditions, regulatory notices and updates about the services on your account) to be stored securely within Online Banking.
To view, print and download your e-Documents, simply log on to Santander Online Banking and select “e-Documents” from the left-hand menu. We’ll usually send you an email when there is a document ready to be viewed.
Once your account is open, if you’d prefer to receive your documents by post, you can update your account settings at any time via Santander Online Banking, visiting a Branch or calling us.
If you want more information on paper-free, or you don’t want to receive your documents this way then contact us.