As a host on Peerspace, you’ll need to share your bank account number and sort code in order to get paid for your bookings.
What is a sort code?
A sort code is a 6-digit number that identifies your bank. It’s usually split up into two digit pairs:
- The first two digits identify which bank it is
- The last four digits refer to the specific branch of the bank, where you opened the account.
Where can I find my sort code?
You can typically find your sort code on bank statements and in your online or app banking. Some banks may print the sort code on the front or back of the bank card together with the account number.
What is an account number?
A bank account number is the number that is tied to your bank account. If you have several bank accounts, such as personal, joint, or business, each account will have a different account number.
In the UK, most bank account numbers typically contain eight digits. If your bank account is shorter, just add ‘0’ to the front to complete the full eight digits.
Where can I find my account number?
You’ll find your bank account number on bank statements and on your online or app banking. Many banks also print this number on the front or back of your bank card. However, don’t confuse it with the card number, which is the 16 digit number, usually placed in the middle of your bank card.