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Bank Requirement - UK

SORT Code + Bank account number required

SORT Code

A sort code is a 6 digit number that identifies your bank. It's usually split up into pairs; the first two digits identify which bank it is and the last four digits refer to the specific branch of the bank, where you opened the account. Format: xx - xx - xx

Format : THE 6 DIGIT NUMBER IN THE 4TH SECTION OF THE IBAN CODE

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Bank account number

Your account number is like an account ID. Account numbers are assigned to indicate exactly where funds in a transaction are coming from and going to. An account number in the United Kingdom contains 8 digits.