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You can set up regular payments to your credit card by direct debit, which means you won’t have to organise a manual payment each month.   To set this up, you need to register and log in to your Online Banking; select manage account and navigate to the make a payment menu on the left hand side. Here you can select to set up and manage your direct debits or make a one off debit card payment.   Please note, it can take up to 10 working days to set up your new direct debit, so keep an eye on your online statement to make sure the first payment is taken successfully on time.   You can also transfer money from another bank. Transfer the money to sort code 400250, account number 31316044 and enter your 16 digit credit card number as the reference.
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On www.tescobank.com select 'Go to log in' from the panel displayed in the top right-hand corner.   Enter your Username on the login page and select Next.   If you recognise the image and phrase on the next page enter the two digits requested from your Security Number and your Password.   If you don't recognise the image and phrase, don't enter any of your login details and call us straight away on 0345 300 3511*.   *This number may be included as part of any inclusive call minutes provided by your phone operator.   Once you're logged in you will see your Online Banking Overview, which will show a summary of your last six credit card transactions and your current balance.   Select Manage Account if you want to transact on your account or change any of your personal details.
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Log in to Online Banking and select Manage account on the Online Banking Overview to view your Credit Card Overview.   On the Credit Card Overview, select Update address, email and phone number from the Manage your account menu and update your new details.     For more information or help on updating your personal details, watch ‘Managing your Credit Card’ demo video.
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A Temporary Security Number is a code we use as an additional security measure to confirm your identity if:   you're registering for Online Banking for the first time   you've forgotten your login details   you're using a browser on a computer or mobile device we don't recognise and we don't have your up to date mobile phone number.   We'll send the Temporary Security Number to you by text message, if we have your up to date mobile phone number. If we don't, we'll send it by post and you'll have to wait for it to arrive before you can log in to Online Banking.   When you receive your Temporary Security Number return to the Registration or Login screen. You'll be asked to enter the Temporary Security Number in full to complete registration or reset your login details.   Your Temporary Security Number is valid for 30 days from the date it was requested and can only be used once. If it expires, you'll need to contact us to get a new one.
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When you log in to Online Banking on a computer or mobile device we don't recognise, we'll send you a One Time Access Code by text or an automated call.  This code is valid for 10 minutes. You can choose an option to resend a new One Time Access Code up to 3 times within 20 minutes.   You'll be asked to enter the One Time Access Code during login. Once you've entered the One Time Access Code and confirmed your Password, you'll be asked if you want us to recognise your computer.   If you ask us to recognise your computer we'll store a small security token on your computer or mobile device, which lets us recognise it. We don't store any private or personal information about you or your accounts.   If we don't have your up to date mobile or landline number we can't send you a One Time Access Code. Instead, we'll send you a Temporary Security Number by post which is valid for 30 days.
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If you forget any of your login details, you can reset these online on a computer or mobile device that you've asked us to recognise. Just look for these links when logging in:   Forgotten your Username?   Forgotten your Security Number?   Forgotten your Password?   Forgotten both Security Number and Password?   If you need more help resetting your login details, read our Logging in help.   If you are using a computer or mobile device that we don't recognise, call us on 0345 300 3511* to reset your details.   *This number may be included as part of any inclusive call minutes provided by your phone operator.
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A One Time Access Code is a code we use as an additional security measure to confirm your identity if you've forgotten your login details or are using a browser on a computer or mobile device we don't recognise.   We'll send you a One Time Access Code by text message or an automated call depending on how you’ve chosen to receive it.  No matter which option you select, you will then enter it online. This helps us make sure it's really you logging in.   The One Time Access Code is valid for 10 minutes, so if it expires you'll have to request another one. You can do it by choosing the 'resend One Time Access Code' option displayed on your screen.   If we don't have your up to date mobile and landline phone numbers we'll send you a Temporary Security Number by post. This means that you'll have to wait for the letter to arrive before you can get back online.   To make sure you can always access Online Banking it's important that you keep your mobile and landline phone numbers up to date.
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Yes, of course. If you have a Credit Card, Savings or Current Account you’ll be able to go paperless. Simply log in to Online Banking and select "Manage my paper preferences" in the right hand menu and choose "Paperless".   Whether you’re looking to get a little greener or just want to cut out the clutter of all your paper statements then we are here to help. You’ll be able to view, print and save your statements and documents securely through Online Banking and in our app. Your online statements will look exactly the same and we’ll even send you an email when there’s a document or statement ready for you to view.   So what are you waiting for? Just select "Manage my paper preferences" in the right hand menu and choose "Paperless".
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Login to Online Banking and select Manage my security details from the Online Banking Overview and enter a new Password in the Change your Password section.   Your Password:   must be at least seven characters   must be a mix of letters and numbers   must be different to your Username   is case sensitive
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As an additional security measure, we store a small security token on your computer or mobile device which lets us recognise it when you log in to Online Banking. We don't store any private or personal information about you or your accounts.   There are a few reasons why the token may not be on your computer or mobile device:   You didn't ask us to recognise your computer when you registered for Online Banking or when you changed your login details   You're using a computer or mobile device that you've not asked us to recognise before   You've deleted your browsing history. This removes the token from your computer or mobile device   Your security software has stopped us storing or has removed the token on your computer or mobile device   See also: How do I ask you to recognise my computer?
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