How I Can Check My Balance Of Post Office Account Online?

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Rebekah Coulson Profile
Rebekah Coulson answered
This website might be a good place to look: www.mypostoffice.co.uk/ Even though this secure online environment seems to have been designed for keeping track of posted items, you should find that your account will allow you to keep up to track with your finances. If this doesn’t work out, don’t forget that there is thousands of Post Office branches scattered around the country, with many of them open in the evenings and at weekends.

When you first opened your Post Office account, you will have been given literature that provides everything you need to know about banking. This will have included ways that your account’s balance can be accessed. If you have a debit or a credit card that’s linked to the account, don’t forget that there are ATMs across the country that will provide advice slips and on-screen balance checks for free. If you do have a credit card and wish to withdraw cash from one of these machines, remember that there may be a charge for this.

One of the advantages of the Post Office’s accounts has included 0 per cent on balance transfers. As you can imagine in this time of economic austerity, many consumers have this as a massive advantage as it allows them to get a head start on paying their debts from the economic boom.

If you should have any difficulties after logging into My Post Office, you can visit their troubleshooting website here: account.mypostoffice.co.uk/postoffice/onlineHelp.do;jsession Hopefully, you’ll be able to remedy the difficulties you’re having with a straightforward solution here, and if there’s an issue that means the entire Post Office network is down, you’ll find out about it in the ‘Service Status’ section.
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amanda kirby answered
I want to check my post office account to see what money I'm due but don't no how to do this please help

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