mylostaccount.org.uk - the FREE service that helps you trace your lost accounts and savings
If you think you may have lost touch with your account or savings, this website will guide you through some simple steps to help reunite you with your money.
This is a FREE service and is brought to you by the British Bankers’ Association, the Building Societies Association and National Savings and Investments. Together we represent most of the firms that offer savings and current accounts in the UK. So if you need to trace a lost account, this is the place to start.
To get started, just click the yellow ‘start search’ button and follow the simple steps.
You can visit the ‘help’ section at any time for more detailed information.
Please note that if you record a valid email address on the claim form you will receive an automatic email response which will provide a unique reference number for each type of organisation carrying out a search. The number(s) should be kept and used in any future communications regarding your search - Banks, Building Societies, and National Savings & Investments.
Ulster savings certificates
You can trace missing Ulster savings certificates direct through the Northern Ireland Department of Finance and Personnel. Download a form and contact details at http://www.dfpni.gov.uk/index/finance/ulster-savings-certificate.htm
We have been informed of an email being sent from someone representing himself as “Chairman Payment/Review Committee of the BSA, BBA and NS&I” and offering help to trace lost accounts if recipients send him current building society or bank account details.
This is a fraud. This person has no relationship with the BSA, BBA or NS&I and there is no such position as “Chairman Payment/Review Committee”. No personal or account details will be requested or disclosed via email. Anyone receiving this letter is advised not to respond in any way and not to send any personal or account details to this person or any emails of a similarly speculative nature.