For clarity"we", "our" and "us" means www.mylostaccount.org.uk (brought to you by the BBA (The British Bankers' Association), the BSA (Building Societies’ Association) and NS&I (National Savings and Investments):
BBA - Pinners Hall, 105-108 Old Broad Street, London EC2N 1EX.
BSA - York House, 23 Kingsway, London WC2B 6UJ
NS&I – Charles House, 375 Kensington High Street, London W14 8SD
We will treat all the personal information we hold about you as private and confidential. We will not reveal any details about you unless:
We are governed by the Data Protection Act. For more information, please see www.dataprotection.gov.uk
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Queries and feedback
If you have any questions or feedback about how we use your data or if you'd like to tell us your preferences, please contact us.
How secure is our website?
It is impossible to guarantee that any website is completely secure. However we have made every effort to secure our website and any data that we collect. We use many layers of security - for obvious reasons we cannot disclose all of them, but they include:
All our operating systems are immediately updated with the latest security patches
How do I know that sending personal information over the internet is safe?
Your personal information is encrypted to ensure no one else can read it before it leaves your computer. The encryption used is 128 bit Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology. This is the best available at time of writing, and the current industry standard. You can recognise when SSL is in operation if the security icon (the locked padlock or unbroken key symbol) is shown in your lower right hand corner of your browser window and the beginning of our website address changes from ‘http’ to ‘https’. Depending on your browser setting, a pop-up window may appear to notify you that you will be entering a secure page.
Is the security recognised by any standards body?
The certificates used on this site have been issued by a recognised security certificate vendor, Verisign. In order to receive the certificate several key company credentials are verified. If your browser isn't set to recognise Verisign certificates, it may prevent you from accessing this website.