CAI Urges Ulster Bank Customers To Complete Online Form

The Consumers' Association of Ireland (CAI) is urging Ulster Bank customers who were affected by the recent technical issues to contact them and complete an online form.

In a statement the CAI said: "In order that the Association can compile a comprehensive file for presentation to the Department of Finance, the Central Bank, the National Consumer Agency, the Irish Bankers Federation and the Ulster Bank and in order that full transparent and definitive understanding of the losses and response to those losses can be determined for further consideration and, where deemed necessary, further action we ask you to complete the form. The CAI will guarantee anonymity and that we will respect the requirements and rights of consumers under data protection requirements."


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