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What is a sort code?

A sort code is a number that identifies the bank and branch of an account, mainly used in the UK.

How is a sort code formatted?

A sort code is a six-digit number in the format of three pairs of numbers (e.g., 12-34-56).

How does a sort code help in banking?

A sort code works like a postal code for your bank, ensuring that your money reaches the right bank and branch.

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