Nationwide Building Society is located at 17, 18 Parliament St, York YO1 8SG, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Nationwide Building Society and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Lauren Di Pietro

1 Google Rating

Rude staff and inability to open an account despite the application being approved over a month ago.

1/ 5

Rude staff and inability to open an account despite the application being approved over a month ago. No communication from them whatsoever and I have had to chase up on more than one occassion with no resolve to the situation. Worst customer service I have recieved from a bank or building society.

Tony Warriner

5 Google Rating

All the staff are very helpfull

5/ 5

All the staff are very helpfull

Dan Czunys

5 Google Rating

The staff here are a credit to their employer.

5/ 5

The staff here are a credit to their employer.

Ben Tyrrell

5 Google Rating

Friendly staff that helped me open a bank account and top it up. There was quite a queue though.

5/ 5

Friendly staff that helped me open a bank account and top it up. There was quite a queue though.

Daisy O.

1 Google Rating

I recently travelled to the UK and wished to open bank account. The website says I need proof of add

1/ 5

I recently travelled to the UK and wished to open bank account. The website says I need proof of address and a "Valid national driving licence from an EU/EEA country" will be enough. A young lady told me it was not possible, that I need a document with my name and a UK address. So I got one letter sent to me of an application sent by the UK government, and decided to go there again. The same lady refused, saying it was not possible since it was only an application. She told it was the same everywhere, and if that were true I would not leave a review. But I decided to try my luck on HSBC and they let me open a bank account there with my EU drivings license. So obviously I will stick with HSBC who helped me when I needed

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