Your mini statement
Help with reading your current account mini statement.
What is a mini statement?
A mini statement is a statement that members can print from a cash machine or request from a Nationwide colleague in branch.
The statement gives an overview of up to 10 recent transactions from your account.
Mini statements are available for current accounts only.
Transaction code meanings
What is a transaction code?
When you print out a mini statement, you’ll see a code next to each transaction. This code explains the type of transaction. For example, BC means bank credit.
AP – FlexAccount linked access payment
A payment from a Nationwide FlexAccount current account.
BC – Bank credit
A credit from another bank or building society, or a merchant - for example, a refund for goods.
BD – Direct Debit
A regular payment from your account to a third party. This could be a fixed or variable amount. You can view these by logging in to the Internet Bank or Banking app.
BP – Bill payment
An outgoing payment sent up by the account holder. You’ll see this when you’ve paid a bill, such as a utility bill.
CG – Charitable giving
If you choose to donate to Charity Giving through a LINK cash machine, this is what you’ll see on your mini statement, along with the amount.
CN – Correction
If a credit or debit is made by mistake, we may issue a correction.
CQ – Credit by cheque
A cheque that has been paid in and cleared.
CR – Credit by cash
An amount of cash that has been paid in and cleared.
CW – Personal cheque withdrawal
A cheque you’ve made out to be paid out from your account.
DC – FlexAccount payment card purchase or credit voucher
A transaction made with a Nationwide FlexAccount current account payment card.
DW – FlexAccount payment card Visa cash withdrawal
A cash withdrawal made using a Nationwide FlexAccount payment card.
IC – Interest or charges
Any interest or charges to pay or be paid on your current account – for example, if you’re saving, the interest earned on your balance.
MT – Telephone top-up
A mobile phone credit top-up payment.
NC – Non-cash
A deposit, such as a cheque or bank draft, which has been deposited but has not yet cleared the issuer's account.
SO – Standing order
A payment from your account to another account or a third party, for a set amount on a set date. You can view these by logging in to the Internet Bank or Banking app.
TP – Credit or debit
Future dated payments to come out of the account.
UB – Unpaid bill payment
A bill payment from your account that has failed to clear, for example in the case of not having enough funds.
UD – Unpaid Direct Debit
A Direct Debit from your account that has failed to clear, for example in the case of not having enough funds.
US – Unpaid standing order
A standing order from your account that has failed to clear, for example in the case of not having enough funds.
WD – Withdrawal
A cash withdrawal you’ve made at a cash machine, in branch, or in a UK post office.
XF – Transfer
A transfer to or from another account, for example, using someone else’s bank account details.
Get a mini statement
You can get a mini statement from a cash machine or in one of our branches.