What Is a Bank Roll Number?

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A bank account roll number is an alphanumerical customer reference number, used by some building societies to uniquely identify an individual’s account. A roll number is not a bank account number and should not be confused.
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A bank account roll number is an alphanumerical customer reference number, or account number. However, it should be noted that a roll number is not a bank account number. Organizations called building societies use bank account roll numbers to identify a member's account, which is usually a savings account.
A bank roll number is what building societies use to identify a member's account. It is like an account number. The account is usually a savings account. Building societies are similar to credit unions. They emerged in Great Britain in the 19th century.
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