Whether you're away on business or on holiday, you can use your debit or credit card at cash machines abroad whenever you need extra local currency.
The applicable exchange rate, the amount of cash you will receive and the amount in sterling will be shown on the screen.
The amount in sterling will be deducted from your account balance when we receive details of the payment from the self service machine operator, at the latest the next working day.
Full details can be found at the following Transport for London website; Please note that Transport for London's (Tf L) Conditions of Carriage will apply when using your contactless card to pay for a journey.
When you hold your contactless card on the yellow card reader and it is accepted, you are giving your authorisation for the cost of a single pay as you go bus journey to be taken from your card account.
If you have any queries concerning how much you have paid for your journey or your journey experience you should contact Tf L in the first instance on A.
All of London buses now have contactless payment terminals.
You can use your Contactless Debit and Credit Card to make low value payments (of up to £30) at any retailers that accept Contactless - just look for the logo .
Rather than having to search for loose change - you can simply tap your card at retailers to pay for coffee, newspapers, sandwiches and all manner of low value items at participating retailers.
Please note, if you have a joint current account you both need to notify us when using the Internet Banking option.
For credit cards, only the primary cardholder needs to give us travel notifications.
See more about debit card fees and credit card fees.