How To Delete Payees On Barclays App (Quick Guide)

How To Delete Payees On Barclays App

Do you want to delete payees on your Barclays banking app?

If yes, then you have come to the right place; we have the simplest guide for you.

Barclays bank offers their users an online banking app that helps them to perform transactions from anywhere without needing to go to a physical branch of their bank.

This type of banking you do with the app can also be called personal banking; once you download the app on your device, you can send and receive funds from anywhere around the world.

On the Barclays banking app, there is a term for anyone you send money or make a payment to, it is called a payee and the term for you that is making the payment is ‘payer’.

However, if for any reason, you want to delete a payee(s) from the Barclays app, it is quite easy to do, but keep in mind that anything you delete from your banking app will not be removed from your physical banking records for obvious reasons.

In this guide, you will learn how to delete payees from the Barclays online banking app, and other personal banking resources.

How to Delete A Payee(s) on Barclays Online Banking App

To delete payees from the Barclays banking app, the first thing to do is to have the app already installed on your device.

Next, you need to sure that before you can delete a payee from the Barclays banking app, no future scheduled payment is due.

The third thing to note is that whatever you delete from the online banking app will not be removed from your physical banking records, this is to avoid hearsay in the future.

The final thing to note is that you cannot pay through the Barclays online banking mobile app; so you are going to have to use a web browser for this tutorial.

Here is how to delete payee(s) on the Barclays online banking website:

1. Log into your Barclays online banking on your web browser

2. Delete the payee(s)

1. Log into your Barclays online banking on your web browser

The first step in deleting a payee on the Barclays app is to log into your online banking dashboard on a computer.

To do this, copy this link: and paste it on a new tab on your web browser, click the “enter” key to search it.

After that, click on “Login” on the top-right corner of your screen next to “Register”, input your Barclays online banking details, submit it, and wait to be fully logged in.

Then again, if you have a card reader around you can also use it to log into your Barclays online bank.

2. Delete the payee(s)

After you must have logged in to your Barclays online banking dashboard, the next thing is to find the payee you want to delete.

To do this, click on “Move money” and then on “Make a payment”.

Next, you will need to select the account you want to delete the payee(s) from so click on “Select account”.

Finally, click on “Manage payee” followed by selecting the payee, and then click on “Delete payee” and that’s it.

If you want to delete multiple payees from your Barclays online banking, you will have to repeat the steps for each payee.

Alternatively, you can contact the Barclays bank’s customer care helpline here for help in deleting a payee from your banking app.


Before we started listing out the steps to delete payees from Barclays’ online bank, we did state that deleting payees can only work on a web browser.

That means that if you want to delete a payee from Barclays’ online banking app, you may need to contact their customer care for it to be done for you.

However, if you have a computer in handy, you can just log into your Barclays online banking account, and with the steps in this guide you will able to delete any payee in less than 2 minutes.

Editor’s note: If it interests you, Barclay’s bank automatically deletes any payee that has been dormant for more than 6 months.

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Brianna Bailey

Brianna is based in Minnesota in the US at the moment, and has been writing since 2017. She is currently a 3rd Year med student at the time of writing this.