What do I do if I’ve lost or forgotten my Online Banking log-in details?

It depends on which part of your log-in details you’ve forgotten:

  • You can retrieve this online by selecting ‘Forgotten your membership number?’ on the log-in page and then following the instructions.

    Forgotten your membership number

    You’ll be asked to enter your surname, date of birth and the following details based on the account you’re logging in to.

    • Current or savings account – your debit card number and the 3-digit security code on the back
    • Mortgage account – your mortgage account number
    • Investment account – your account number and country of nationality

    Your membership number will appear on the screen.

    Membership number

    Alternatively, you can call us on 0345 600 2323 (outside the UK dial +44 247 684 2063) or visit a branch and they’ll print your membership number for you – please bring your Barclays debit card and the correct PIN. If you don’t have a Barclays debit card, please bring a photo ID, like a current passport or driving licence.

  • You can re-order your passcode online by clicking the 'Forgotten your passcode?' link (by the passcode field) on the log-in page, but for security reasons we have to send this to you in the post. You can also request a new passcode in branch, but this will also be posted out to you. Please note that you can only order a passcode once in 7 days.



    A new passcode will be sent to you in the post. This can take 5 business days. Please note that you can only order a passcode once in 7 days.

  • If you’ve forgotten your memorable word, you’ll first need to re-order a passcode in order to reset it. You can see how to do this above.

    You won’t need your memorable word to log in, however, if you have a PINsentry card reader or Mobile PINsentry.

  • Then you won't have to type in your details on the device you’re using when you next log in. This won't save your passcode or memorable word. For security reasons, however, we don’t recommend that you tick this option on any public or shared devices. You need to make sure you’ve switched on cookies for your browser in order for this to work.