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How do I close my NS&I Investment account?

How do I close my NS&I Investment account?

If you wish to close your account or cash in all of your investments online, simply:

  1. Log in or register.
  2. Go to ‘Your profile’ in the top menu.
  3. On your account dashboard, go to the account you want to close and choose ‘Cash in’ or ‘Take money out’.

Where do I get premium bond application form?

It’s easy to buy Premium Bonds, all you have to do is apply through the NS&I website. Alternatively, you can apply over the phone by calling 08085 007 007 or +44 1772 329880.

How do I return Premium Bonds?

If you’d like to take money out of Premium Bonds, but make sure that certain Bonds are kept in the draw, you can do this online using a form. You can also download, print and complete a cashing in form. Then post your completed form to us together with the Bond certificates to be cashed in (if you have them).

How do I pay into my NS&I account?

You can top up by bank transfer or standing order for our Premium Bonds, Income Bonds, Direct Saver, Direct ISA, Junior ISA and Investment Account. Click on the account you want to top up to see the details.

How do I contact NS&I Premium Bonds?

Call us free on 08085 007 007. We’re here 7am-10pm everyday.

How long does it take to get money out of Premium Bonds?

You can withdraw your cash from Premium Bonds at any time via the NS&I website (although it can take up to eight working days for the money to arrive in your bank account).

Can I get NS&I forms from post office?

NS&I’s brochures, forms and reply envelopes will no longer be on display at Post Office® branches. But you’ll still be able to ask at a Post Office® counter for our Premium Bonds brochure, prize draw details leaflet and cashing in form.

What is the sort code for NS&I?

The best guess is a/c 11994808 Sort code: 08 31 20 which is for transfers in – can I assume it’s the same?

How do I get my premium bond winnings paid into my bank account?

You can choose to have your prizes paid directly to your bank account (or NS&I Direct Saver) or reinvested into more Bonds. We’ll let you know by text or email if you win. Log in to your online account and you’ll be prompted to change your prize options.

How do I get my premium Bond winnings paid into my bank account?

How do I contact NS&I by post?

You can contact by phone on: 08085 007 007. The postal address is: NS&I, Sunderland SR43 2SB.

How do I check my NS&I Premium Bonds?

How to check if you’ve won. You can use your holder’s number on the prize checker on our website and in our prize checker app. You can find your holder’s number on your Bond record or by logging in to your account. Your holder’s number has either 10 or 9 digits, or 8 digits followed by a letter.

What are Premium Bonds and how do they work?

Premium bonds, or premium savings bonds, are essentially a savings account that you can use to put money in and take out when you want. But premium bonds aren’t like regular savings accounts. Instead of earning interest or a regular dividend income, pay-outs are made in the form of a monthly prize draw. The prizes can range from £25 up to £

How do you check Premium Bonds?

You can find out if any of your Premium Bonds are winners by downloading the prize checker app from the App Store or Google Play, or visit the prize checker at Customers can manage their Bonds online at and by phone. At the moment the odds of a bond winning each month are 34,500 to 1 for every £1 Bond you have invested.

Where can you buy Premium Bonds?

Learn basic bond terminology. While premium bonds refer to the specific savings bond in the U.K.

  • Understand how interest rates affect the market price of bonds.
  • There can be a few advantages to paying a premium for a bond,and it is not uncommon for investors to pay a small premium when purchasing one.
  • Where to check old Premium Bonds?

    – Higher value prizes (5% of the prize fund) – £5,000 – £1 million – Medium value prizes (5% of the prize fund) – £500 to £1,000 – Lower value prizes (90% of the prize fund) – £25 – £100