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Hi experts, I'm trying to create a direct debit web app but need a method of checking whether a bank account number and sort-code which have been entered into a web form are valid. 0000010000001BARCLAYS REGIONAL OFFICE LONDON CENTRAL LONDON CENTRAL 1099 00000000000001 0000080000001BARCLAYS REGIONAL OFFICE KNIGHTSBRIDGE IBC BOWATER HOUSE,68 KNIGHTSBRIDGE, LONDON, SW1X 7NT 1099 00000000000001 00 0000100000001BARCLAYS REGIONAL OFFICE CITY CORPORATE GROUP CITY CORPORATE GROUP 1099 00000000000001 But this only validates the sort code.
' Checking length first, returns false if not exactly 20 characters.
In particular, when accepting paperless direct debit instructions it is mandatory that you perform an ISCD lookup and modulus check at the time of accepting the instruction.
Bank Check does just that for you, it ensures your sort code and account number are checked and accurate from the start.
&L=2 which validates account details given the country, account number and sortcode but I can't seem to find an algorithm that works. You can get the list from your bank, but it will cost. These lists are not free (I've a list from 1999 which cost £2K from Barclays Bank). And then validatable wouldn't mean a LIVE account, just that the number is valid.
I have tried the one used for credit cards where you double alternate digits, sum them then mod 10 the result but this doesn't seem to work! You can use online resources like but that is manually updated. If you intend to do this as a business concern, then I would STRONGLY recommend buying the list.
You'll get regular updates to it and you will have legitimate access to it. I put my own account details in and was told it was valid.