Following a meeting with Ulster Bank today the CEO of the Consumer Council, Antoinette McKeown has urged the bank to expedite the redress procedure for customers who have been affected by the disruption and difficulties at the bank.
“The Consumer Council is very concerned about the length of time it has taken the Ulster Bank to communicate a redress procedure with customers. While we appreciate that the procedure is complicated due to the length of the disruption and the amount of customers affected, it is essential that customers are now given reassurance.”
The Consumer Council spent two days at the Fermanagh County Show this week giving advice and information to visitors.
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