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Technical help

Read answers to frequently asked questions, including help if you’re struggling to log in to your online account.

Why can't I access the Online Card Services log in page?

If you're finding it tricky to log in, there's a few things you can check:

Your browser
Make sure you're using the latest version of your browser.

Your security settings

  • Add mbna.co.uk to your computer's trusted sites.
  • Delete temporary internet files and cookies (Select Tools, Internet Options, Browsing History, Delete - then tick ONLY Temporary Internet Files and Cookies - press Delete).
  • Enable SSL 2.0 and SSL 3.0 (Tools, Internet Options, Advanced tab. Under Security section, check boxes for Use SSL 2.0 and Use SSL 3.0).
  • Check 'Do not save encrypted pages to disk' is NOT enabled (Tools, Internet Options, Advanced tab. Under Security section untick 'Do not save encrypted pages to disk').

Your connection
If all else fails, check your internet connection and find out if there are any connectivity problems. If you're struggling to connect, you'll need to contact your broadband provider.

What if I'm having problems with my online credit card account?

If you're having connection problems, or just can't log in to your online account, call us on 03456 062 062 so we can help you out.

Do I need to have JavaScript switched on to use Online Card Services?

JavaScript needs to be switched on for you to access Online Card Services.

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Does Online Card Services use cookies?

Online Card Services uses temporary cookies. These are small pieces of data stored within your browser that help the site work more efficiently.

You can find more information in our cookie policy.

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