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Yorkshire Internet Banking

Yorkshire internet banking is a bit complicated to get started with. To begin with, you need to be registered for their telephone banking service first- which is odd, as plenty of people would want one service and not the other. Additionally, there are separate registration processes for business and personal customers.
Thereafter, the Yorkshire internet banking experience gets much better. As well as access to all accounts (savings, current, credit etc.) the view and sort functions are best of breed. Pick what type of transactions you want to view, which dates you want to look at, and how you would like the information sorted. All this can also be easily exported to your own software programs.

There's also a fantastic scheduling tool, which lets you make regular payments- a bit like a manual standing order. This is fairly unique- choose when and how much to pay somebody, and then sit back and let it happen each month, week or whatever suits you. Ideal for example for topping up a savings account; or paying rent. Future and past payments can also be viewed with one click, making planning finances a doddle. There's lots of functionality here, but it's all well designed and easy to execute- if all online banks were this well put together, life would be very simple indeed.