Account aggregation is an internet-based service that allows consumers to view their financial information - from multiple products and across multiple financial institutions - on a single website.
The Royal Bank of Scotland Group has serious security concerns about customers passing their security details onto this type of service - and at present, we don't recommend that customers use these services. We're currently investigating ways that we can provide customers with the same benefits of 'aggregation' - without any security or data issues.
In the meantime, please don't pass your security details to an aggregation service provider or store them on your computer - even in an encrypted format. Remember, it is your responsibility to take all reasonable precautions to prevent the fraudulent use of your security details - including those that allow you access to our online service. You should not record your security details in any way which may result in them becoming known to a third party.
If you do give your security details to an aggregation service provider, you'll be in breach of the Conditions that govern the operation of your One account. If you enter your security details into aggregation service software, you may also find yourself in breach of these Conditions. In both cases, you'll be exposing yourself to liability for any unauthorised transactions on your account.