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Banks

Barclays Bank

62, Bluewater Park, Upper Thames Walk, Dartford, Greenhithe DA9 9SQ, UK – 0345 734 5345

Usually a small queue. Friendly staff. Plenty of ATMs

Barclays Bank

24 Lowfield St, Dartford DA1 1HD, UK – 0345 734 5345

Really nice staff open longer than my local branch which is handy

Needs a refurbishment, if you want a bank that looks like it is from the 1980's then go here

Nationwide

7-9 Hythe St, Dartford DA1 1BE, UK – 0800 554 0673

The Nationwide website is basically fine - there are few difficulties in using it and it is generally accessible 24/7. If I had a criticism it would be that it has so many adverts on it that speed of access is sometimes reduced - as you wait for the ad to load before you reject it. While I understand the bank's enthusiasm for advertising it's products to its customers, I do occasionally think that a simple switch to block adverts that customers see repeatedly would be a good idea (as well as a good selling point!). Some of us simply want online access to our accounts with options to choose other services rather than a continuous barrage of products - many of which we have no interest in.

Building Societies

Nationwide

7-9 Hythe St, Dartford DA1 1BE, UK – 0800 554 0673

The Nationwide website is basically fine - there are few difficulties in using it and it is generally accessible 24/7. If I had a criticism it would be that it has so many adverts on it that speed of access is sometimes reduced - as you wait for the ad to load before you reject it. While I understand the bank's enthusiasm for advertising it's products to its customers, I do occasionally think that a simple switch to block adverts that customers see repeatedly would be a good idea (as well as a good selling point!). Some of us simply want online access to our accounts with options to choose other services rather than a continuous barrage of products - many of which we have no interest in.