Find the solution that you are looking for as quickly as possible

If you have any questions, queries or issues, you can contact us through a number of different channels so that we can help you.  

FAQs

If you want an answer to your question straight away, then please take a look at this section.

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Online Form

If you are looking for convenience, then get your answer online. Your issue will be handled by a specialised team.

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Personal Contact

If you would like to resolve your issue over the phone or in a branch, then this is the option for you.

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Formal claim

If you are not satisfied with the handling of the previous steps, make a formal complaint. The legal deadlines are longer.

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Option 1: FAQs, solve your doubt right now

  • Find answers to your transaction queries and get technical support, product information and more.
  • Available 24 hours a day.
  • Log in from the Santander app or via Online Banking.


Option 2: Online form, contact a specialized team

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RECOMMENDED OPTION

  • The most convenient way to get a response.
  • You will be able to communicate with us what you need, with no character limit.
  • With the commitment to inform you within 2 working days.


Option 3: Personal contact, solve your doubt with a manager

If you would prefer to resolve your question or issue with a manager. You can get help over the phone or by coming into a branch.

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Telephone service

You can contact us on 915 123 123. We will be happy to do whatever it takes to help you!

In-branch service

Our team in offices is also at your disposal. We recommend that you make an appointment.

 


Please note that the timeframes for getting a solution tend to be longer when you submit a formal claim.

How can we help you with your claim?

Learn about the options for handling the claim :

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RECOMMENDED OPTION

Online form for customers with ID/NIE/Passport

We would recommend this option, because in just a few minutes:

  • Your issue will be logged straight away, meaning that we can start finding a solution.
  • This helps us to follow up on your claim more easily. .

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Other options

Even though these processes are slower, you do also have these other options:

If you prefer, you can also email us at:
santander_reclamaciones@gruposantander.es
      Fax: 91 759 48 36

You can also send your complaint to us by standard post to:
     PO Box 35.250
     28080 Madrid

If you are a company, you can submit your complaint via the normal channels as mentioned above: our email address or our postal address.

Please note that information about our criteria for accepting complaints, deadlines and the handling process can be found in the Regulations (PDF 78.35 KB) for the Customer Service department of Santander Group.

Office of the Customer Ombudsman

D. José Luis Gómez-Dégano y Ceballos-Zuñiga
Apartado de Correos 14019
28080 Madrid
Fax: 91 429 23 19

Independent body to which Santander Group is affiliated and to which you can submit your claims based on the Ombudsman Customer Regulation (PDF 45 KB).

If, following the aforementioned steps, you do not agree, you have recourse to the Financial Supervisor Complaints Services.

Once the claim has been filed with the Claims Service and Customer Service or with the Customer Ombudsman, if the response is not satisfactory or no answer is received after one month from the presentation of the claim, or 15 business days if it is a paid service, the Client may contact the following Financial Supervisor Claims Services, as applicable:

Claims Service of the Bank of Spain
Calle Alcalá 48, 28014 Madrid

Access to the Bank of Spain Online Office

CNMV Investor Assistance Office
Calle Edison 4, 28006 Madrid

The Claims Service of the General Directorate of Insurance and Pension Funds
Paseo de la Castellana 44, 28046 Madrid

CNMV Form (PDF 70 KB)
General Directorate of Insurance and Pension Funds Form (PDF 64 KB)

Before resorting to these services, the regulations require that the customer justify having previously gone to the Claims and Complaints and Customer Service or the Customer Ombudsman's Office.

Complaint forms

Autonomous Communities that require Credit Institutions that have Offices located in them to have Claim Sheets available to consumers and users:

  • Andalusia
  • Aragón
  • Asturias
  • Canary Islands
  • Cantabria
  • Castilla-La Mancha
  • Catalonia
  • Galicia
  • Balearic Islands
  • La Rioja
  • Madrid
  • Murcia
  • Basque Country
  • Valencia

Incidents helpline: 900 811 088

In compliance with the provisions of Regulation (EU) No. 524/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of May 21, 2013, on the resolution of online consumer disputes, the link to the dispute resolution platform is inserted below online launched by the European Commission which consumers can use to resolve any discrepancy or controversy regarding the services provided online http://ec.europa.eu/odr

Here, you can view the regulations, ordered by subject, governing the transparency of banking transactions and customer protection:

  • Customer service and ombudsman service

  • Law 44/2002, of November 22, on measures to reform the financial system, modified by Law 2/2011, of March 4, on sustainable economy.
    Order ECO/734/2004 of March 11, regarding Departments and Services of customer service and the customer ombudsman of financial entities.
    Order ECC/2502/2012, of November 16, which regulates the procedure for submitting claims to the claims services of the Bank of Spain, the National Securities Market Commission (CNMV) and the Directorate General of Insurance and Pension Funds.
    Law 7/2017, of November 2, incorporating Directive 2013/11/EU, of the European Parliament and of the Council, of May 21, 2013, on the alternative resolution of consumer disputes, into the Spanish legal system.
  • Transparency of operations and customer protection, and other consumer protection regulations

  • Order ECE/1263/2019, of December 26, on transparency of the conditions and information requirements applicable to payment services and amending order ECO/734/2004, of March 11, regarding the departments and services offered by customer services and the customer ombudsman of financial institutions, and Order EHA/2899/2011, of October 28, on transparency and customer protection for banking services.
    Order EHA/1718/2010 of June 11 by the Ministry of Economy and Finance, defining the regulation and control of advertising of banking services and products, developed by Circular 6/2010 of September 28 of the Bank of Spain, to credit institutions and payment entities, regarding the advertising of banking services and products. Order EHA/1717/2010, of June 11 by the Ministry of Economy and Finance, defining the regulation and control of the advertising of investment products and services.
    Order EHA/2899/2011, of October 28 of the Ministry of Economy and Finance, on transparency and the protection of the client of banking services.
    Law 22/2007, of July 11, governing distance marketing of financial services intended for consumers.
    Royal Legislative Decree 1/2007, of November 16, approving the consolidated text of the General Law for the Defence of Consumers and Users and other complementary laws.
    Bank of Spain Circular 5/2012, of June 27, to credit institutions and payment service providers, on the transparency of banking services and responsibility in the granting of loans.
    Royal Decree Law 6/2013, of March 22, protecting the holders of certain savings and investment products and other financial measures.
    Law 5/2015, of April 27, promoting business financing.
    Royal Decree-Law 11/2015, of October 2, regulating commissions for the withdrawal of cash at ATMs.
    Circular 2/2019, of March 29, from the Bank of Spain, regarding the requirements of the Informative Document of Fees and the Statement of Fees (Documento Informativo de las Comisiones y del Estado de Comisiones), and the payment account comparison websites, and which modifies Circular 5/2012, of June 27, to credit institutions and payment service providers, on the transparency of banking services and responsibility in the granting of loans.
  • Mortgage loans

  • Law 2/1994, of March 30, governing the subrogation and modification of mortgage loans. Order EHA/2899/2011, of October 28 of the Ministry of Economy and Finance, on transparency and the protection of the client of banking services.
    Law 41/2007, of December 7, amending Law 2/1981, of March 25, on the Regulation of the Mortgage Market and other standards of the mortgage and financial system, the regulation of reverse mortgages and the dependency insurance and by which a certain tax regulation is established.
    Law 2/2009, of March 31, which regulates the contracting with consumers of mortgage loans or credits and intermediary services for the conclusion of loan or credit contracts.
    Royal Decree Law 6/2012, of March 9, on urgent measures to protect mortgage debtors without resources.
    Law 1/2013, of May 14, on measures to strengthen the protection of mortgage debtors, debt restructuring and social rent.
    Royal Decree-Law 1/2017, of January 20, on urgent consumer protection measures in terms of floor clauses.
    Royal Decree 536/2017, of May 26, which creates and regulates the Monitoring, Control and Evaluation Commission provided for in Royal Decree-Law 1/2017, of January 20.
    Law 5/2019, of March 15, regulating real estate credit contracts.
    Royal Decree 309/2019, of April 26, which partially develops Law 5/2019, of March 15, regulating real estate credit contracts and adopting other financial measures.
    Order ECE/482/2019, of April 26, amending Order EHA/1718/2010, of June 11, defining the regulation and control of advertising of banking services and products, and Order EHA/2899/2011, of October 28, on transparency and customer protection for banking services.
  • Consumer credit

  • Law 16/2011, of June 24, on Consumer Credit contracts.
  • General contracting conditions

  • Law 7/1998, of April 13, on general contracting conditions.
  • Payment Services

  • Order ECE/1263/2019, of December 26, on transparency of the conditions and information requirements applicable to payment services and amending order ECO/734/2004, of March 11, regarding the departments and services offered by customer services and the customer ombudsman of financial institutions, and Order EHA/2899/2011, of October 28, on transparency and customer protection for banking services.
    Royal Decree 736/2019, of December 20, on the legal regime of payment services and payment entities and amending Royal Decree 778/2012, of May 4, governing the legal regime of payment entities electronic money, and Royal Decree 84/2015, of February 13, which develops Law 10/2014, of June 26, regarding the organisation, supervision and solvency of credit institutions.
    Law 2/2011, of March 4, on Sustainable Economy.
    Royal Decree-Law 19/2017, of November 24, governing basic payment accounts, transfer of payment accounts and comparability of commissions.
    Royal Decree-Law 19/2018, of November 23, on payment services and other urgent measures in financial matters.
    Order ECE/228/2019, of February 28, on basic payment accounts, procedure for transferring payment accounts and requirements of comparison websites.
    Royal Decree 164/2019, of March 22, which establishes a free regime of basic payment accounts for the benefit of people in situations of vulnerability or at risk of financial exclusion.
  • Investment Services

  • Royal Legislative Decree 4/2015, of October 23, which approves the revised text of the Securities Market Law.
    Royal Decree 217/2008, of February 15, on the legal regime of investment service companies and other entities that provide investment services and which partially modifies the Regulation of Law 35/2003, of 4 November, of Collective Investment Institutions, approved by Royal Decree 1309/2005, of November 4.
    Delegated Regulation (EU) 2017/565 of April 25, from the Committee, 25 April 2016, supplementing Directive 2014/65/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council with regard to the organisational requirements and operating conditions of investment services companies and terms defined for the purposes of said Directive.
    Holders of currency exchange establishments:
    Bank of Spain Circular 6/2001, of October 29, on holders of currency exchange establishments, amended by Bank of Spain Circular 3/2009, of December 18.
  • Deposit Guarantee Fund

  • Royal Decree-Law 16/2011, of October 14, creating the Credit Institutions Deposit Guarantee Fund.
    Royal Decree 628/2010 of May 14, amending Royal Decree 2606/1996, of December 20, on deposit guarantee funds in credit institutions and Royal Decree 948/2001, of August 3, on investor compensation systems.
    Royal Decree 2606/1996 of 20 December 1996 on credit institution deposit guarantee funds (partly amended by Royal Decree 1012/2015 of 6 November 1995).
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