There are a number of scenarios that may prevent you from logging in to Anytime Internet Banking, here are some of the most common with suggested solutions.
You are unable to enter your customer number
If you're using the numbers on the right-hand side of your keyboard to enter your customer number, make sure your number lock key is on. If you find you have run out of space to enter your customer number make sure you have entered your date of birth in the ddmmyy format not ddmmyyyy.
The system has asked for a character that is not within your password
For example its asked for the 9th character when your password only has 8 characters. Remember that your password must contain both letters and numbers, you may have added a number to the end of your password to meet our password criteria. Another common cause for this issue is entering your customer number incorrectly.
You are using an out of date or unsupported browser
Please ensure you are using an up to date and fully supported browser to use Anytime Internet Banking. Make sure you have cleared temporary internet files and cookies and your browser has extensions and add-ons disabled. If needed, also try restarting your device and router, and try a wired connection.
You are unable to reach our secure website
Close your browser and re-open it, then use the following web address to go directly to our secure site www.ulsterbankanytimebanking.co.uk
The system has advised you that your 'Customer Number PIN or Password has been entered incorrectly'
After two failed attempts you will need to re-register for internet banking in order to regain access to the service. Please follow these instructions even if you believe you have entered the correct details sometimes occasional mistakes can occur.
If you continue to experience problems logging in then please contact our Anytime Internet Banking helpdesk.
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