23/04/2015

Bank Of Ireland Admits Delay In Payments

The Bank of Ireland has confirmed that some customers may face a delay in payments being made into their accounts.

A number of customers contacted the bank through social media to complain that payments,which were due to go into their counts today, had not been received.
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In a statement the bank said: "We acknowledge that some payments are being processed at a later time than customers anticipate but we wish to reassure our customers that any credit due into their account today will be processed today."

(CD/MH)

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