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September 24, at Eileen on September 27, at I am shocked and disgusted at AIB. After nearly 20 years as a customer, I am now considering moving elsewhere. I think that is very unfair. What about Permanent TSB?
I know their criteria is much more manageable. Does anyone know if they are about to change soon. Hi All I had suspected that these charges would be enormous. I think people should move and there is power in numbers.
It is crazy what the banks are doing crippling people. I have a few questions. Is it safe to bank with Ulster bank taking in all the problems they had during the year? I would perfer to mover to Ulster and had planned to mover before the banking problems earlier this year.
Jarek on November 30, at Was just on the phone with BOI, didnt eve know the conditions changed. Going to Ulster for a chat tomorrow, not even for the sake of the savings, in all fairness, the minimum number of transfers online was doing me headache used to joggle money between BOI and AIB accounts, just to get free bankingits just for the sake of argument.
Its the banks that make big money by just holding our money, and when they messed up, they got more money, that we have to work for now! The danger of their line of work is, they can also loose, it comes with the job.
Well, they lost, big time. Gambled on all the wrong horses… and when they did -my taxes increased. Did I get a massive bonus when the economy was booming? Did you get one?
The big fish, when they got it, did they share? Yet when they lost it, we have to cover for it. We loose our savings, loose our houses, cars and other comforts. They are all still well off. I am very unhappy with the new fees introduced by AIB without any notice.
I have been with AIB for the last 20 years. Oh yeah…their overpaid directors. You can apply online. However, as a society we are very apathetic. We will whinge and moan and then…. Jimbo on January 2, at Same here, was with AIB since a kid, so much for loyalty, I got done for charges last month, my balance was below their 2, limit for just 2 days, yet I had to pay fees for the whole quarter, Guess its either the mattress, cookie jar or Ulster Bank for my hard earned cash.
Rob on April 1, at I recently received a letter from AIB stating that effective 1 June maintenance and transaction fees will apply to my account. Although a little concerned about the levels of service I will be switching my account to Ulster Bank on the 20th anniversary of opening my AIB account in May this year.
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