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Posted November 30, 2009 by Simon in News
 
 

Natwest update in the pipeline for an improved online banking service

Natwest have informed us that their online banking website is in the final stages of being updated, though a date is yet to be announced for re-launch.  As well as a visual refresh, improvements are being made to add some additional functionality and features.

We’ve already seen most of these features in some form or another on other banking sites, though one that seems to to be standing out is  the ‘Savings Goals’ feature.  Rather than just being a target savings tool, they’ve linked it into your accounts so that you get a ‘real-time’ view of how well our doing against the target you’ve set.

Once the improvements are live, we’ll be re-visiting Natwest’s site to look in a bit more detail as to what these are.  Here’s a quick summary of some of the changes coming.

natwest_new_1Account Summary

  • Redesigned to make it easier to access your important information.
  • Everything’s right where you need it
  • All your accounts in one place Balance overviews or mini statements – you decide
  • Track your savings goals

Mini-Statementsnatwest_new_2

  • Get an instant snapshot of one, two or more accounts
  • Decide which mini statements you see
  • Click to select one or many accounts
  • Just been paid? Check instantly
  • Find out which bills you’ve paid

Set up and track savingsnatwest_new_3

  • It’s easy to set a goal: whatever you’re saving for
  • Track progress against your target
  • Link your goal to an existing or new account
  • Play with different scenarios to see the impact on your savings

Credit Card Online Servicesnatwest_new_4

  • Take control of your credit card, the easy way
  • Stop receiving paper statements
  • Set email and text alerts
  • Transfer balances from other cards
  • Pay bills with your card

 Help 24×7natwest_new_5

  • Need help with online banking? Just ask
  • 24 hour service – we’re here when you need us
  • See how to use our new features
  • Stuck paying a bill?
  • See how it’s done Your Card-Reader explained

Simon