WATFORD, WE’RE COMING FOR YOU: METRO BANK SET TO LAND BANKING REVOLUTION IN TOWN NEXT YEAR

  • 7 day-a-week, 362 days a year bank to open in Watford
  • Free coin counting machines for the whole community
  • Thousands of safe deposit boxes on offer 
  • 25 new jobs to be created 
Watford
Watford

Metro Bank, the revolution in British banking, is set to unveil a brand-new seven-day-a-week store in central Watford in 2018. Offering business, personal and private banking services, with a focus on exceptional customer service and convenience, the bank is gearing up to revolutionise the local banking landscape.

Sourcing only the very best sites for its award-winning stores, it is proud to make an investment in the Watford community, securing a prominent location at 113 High Street, WD17 2DQ.

With no appointment necessary and stores open early till late, personal customers will be able to ‘walk out working’ with a fully functioning account, along with internet and mobile banking all set-up. Business customers will also be warmly welcomed, and each benefitting from their own local business manager.

What’s more, there’s no waiting for the post to arrive to receive your new or replacement card, with debit and credit cards printed on-the-spot in store and PINs set there and then.

Metro Bank is on the hunt for people who will make the Watford store a real hub for the local community. With around 25 new jobs being created, residents who are passionate about customer service are encouraged to take part in the recruitment drive, which is now open.

Craig Donaldson, CEO at Metro Bank commented: “We’re excited to land the banking revolution in Watford and become part of the local community.

“At Metro Bank, we’ve built a bank around our customers. A bank that gives people choice.  Whether they want to bank face-to-face in store, online, on-the-go or through UK-based 24/7 contact centres, they’ll be assured that they’ll always receive unparalleled service.”

All stores are open at the most convenient time for local residents and businesses, from 8am to 8pm Monday to Fridays, 8am to 6pm on Saturdays and 11am to 5pm on Sundays and bank holidays, 362 days a year.

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