NatWest is located at 43 Cornmarket St, Oxford OX1 3HA, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with NatWest and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Marcin Frycia - Personal Trainer

5 Google Rating

Great service. Absolutely spot on customer service. Leyla!

5/ 5

Great service. Absolutely spot on customer service. Leyla!

DArcy Andrews

1 Google Rating

Regret I cannot recommend this branch. The staff are not familiar with their own processes and syste

1/ 5

Regret I cannot recommend this branch. The staff are not familiar with their own processes and systems. Consequently my elderly mother has had to travel to the branch four times to attempt to undertake a straightforward transaction. After each visit she receives a letter requesting information that she has already provided. From now on she will be doing all her banking on line to save being further tormented.

Stuart Reed

1 Google Rating

Poor customer service.

1/ 5

Poor customer service.

Sam D

1 Google Rating

The worst NatWest I've been in. Walked in, nobody bothered approaching me. Stood confused at the mac

1/ 5

The worst NatWest I've been in. Walked in, nobody bothered approaching me. Stood confused at the machine, looking around, because I've never used one before and usually go to the counters. Staff member actually walked past me and I had to go and approach him. He told me the machines were broken and to go around the corner where there is a well hidden counter by the part which is signposted business customers. The lady at the counter asked me why I wasn't using a machine, I said they're broken. She did what I requested with minimal attention, talking to her colleague and barely looking at me. A totally rude and disappointing experience from NatWest.

Jonathan Downing

4 Google Rating

This is an excellent branch of Natwest. It is relatively quiet, but sometimes the cashier desks coul

4/ 5

This is an excellent branch of Natwest. It is relatively quiet, but sometimes the cashier desks could do with a few more staff.

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