How to Contact Cashplus: E-mail, Phone, Address, Chat etc.

It is very easy to get in touch with a Cashplus executive. Below mentioned are the necessary details:

  • United Kingdom customer service number: 0330-024-0924
  • If an individual is contacting Cashplus from Abroad the number is: +44-207-153-8940

All the customer care representatives are available via telephone from Monday to Friday, during 8 AM – 8 PM, and can also be contacted on Saturday from 8 AM to 4 PM. Cashplus also has a 24/7 helpline to report loss of card or if the card is stolen; the number is: 0330-024-0924 (this enables a customer to provisionally block his/her card in Online Servicing Account)

For affiliate arrangements or business partnership, individuals can get in touch with Cashplus at and an executive from Cashplus will get in touch in one business day. For media and press enquire, Cashplus can be contacted at

Furthermore, if an individual needs to raise a formal complaint, he/she can get in touch with Cashplus in two ways:

  • Send a letter to Cashplus: Complaints Department, PO Box 5525, Manchester, M61 0QS; or
  • Send an email to:

Other details to contact Financial Supervisory body are as follows:

  • Address: Exchange Tower, London E14 9SR
  • Email:
  • Telephone number: 0800-023-4567 (this number is free to contact from landlines), or 0300-123-9123 (this number is free to contact through certain mobile phone contracts)

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