Request money from someone or split a bill
Available to mobile app customers. PayMe and Split Bill requests can be made from eligible current accounts only. £250 limit per individual request. PayMe and Split Bill requests can be sent to anyone with an eligible account with a participating UK bank and uses online or mobile banking. Paying bank criteria and limits may apply.
Need to request payment or split a bill?
Whether you're requesting money from family or splitting the bill with friends up to £250, you choose how you ask for money using your Natwest app safely and securely.
- Request money by sharing a single payment request by link or QR code.
- You can also share your details via reusable QR code or link which can be used by multiple payers, multiple times.
- Split Bill allows you to share the cost of a transaction. Great for sharing the cost of a meal with friends.
Not a NatWest customer? You can explore our bank accounts and become one step closer to using these payment features.
Available to mobile app customers. Our app is available to personal and business banking customers aged 11+ using compatible iOS and Android devices. You'll need a UK or international mobile number in specific countries.
How to split a bill
You can split bills in our app of up to £250 quickly and simply with up to nine people using Split Bill, even if you need to request different amounts from diffierent people by following 3 simple steps.
Request money safely and securely
You can request money from your friends and family in the Mobile app up to £250.
- If you have a specific amount you are owed you can share a single payment request by link or QR code using PayMe.
- If you wish to share a link or QR code with anyone that can be used anytime, anywhere for up to you can share a reuseable link or QR.
One off payment request
Want to request a specific amount? Requesting money couldn’t be easier when you use the NatWest mobile banking app. Share a single use link or QR code to get paid. Here’s how:
How to create a payment link
Request payments in 3 simple taps whenever you want, from wherever you are with a reusable payment link. Unlike PayMe, reusable payment links aren’t for a specific amount, so you can use them over and over. Here’s how: