The Consumer Council is concerned to learn about further bank branch closures following yesterday’s announcement from First Trust Bank, regarding the closure of 15 branches across Northern Ireland later this year.
The Consumer Council is running a drop-in event in Newtownards Library on Friday 10 March for local consumers who have been affected by recent bank branch closures in the area.
The Consumer Council is advising consumers to be ‘Thinking Out Loud’ so that they aren’t the ‘One’ who gets caught out after buying tickets for the sold-out Ed Sheeran concert.
Consumer Council drop-in information session at Castlederg Library.
Translink Fares Increase of 1.6% is an average - Some fares are increasing, some remain the same and others are reducing.
The Consumer Council is informing former Open Electric customers that they now have the opportunity to switch electricity supplier after they were automatically transferred to Power NI as part of the Supplier of Last Resort process, when the company ceased trading on the 18 December 2016.
Consumer Council drop-in information session at Draperstown Library
Consumer Council postal top tips
Consumer Council advises Open Electric Customers that their electricity supply is unaffected.
Potential Industrial Action to Affect Six Post Offices next week
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