In this brief guide, we will discuss the Halifax roll number. The Halifax roll number is no longer in use by Halifax.
What is a roll number?
A roll number is a number which was used to identify account holders at banks and building societies. Banks have now moved on to use 6 digit sort code numbers and 8 digit account numbers but many building societies still have roll numbers. A roll number will usually begin with “D”
Does Halifax have a roll number?
Halifax does not have a roll number anymore as it is a bank and not a building society. Roll numbers are primarily used by building societies and banks such as Halifax will have replaced their roll numbers with sort code numbers and account numbers.
If you are looking for your Halifax roll number you may be able to find it by looking at your old Halifax letters.
In this brief guide, we discussed the Halifax roll number. If you have any questions or comments please let us know below.
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