CONSUMER chiefs have criticised plans by Allied Irish Bank (AIB) to charge customers for transactions unless they have €2,500 in their current account.
ALLIED Irish Banks is to tighten the free banking conditions attached to personal accounts.
CONSUMERS who use pre-paid debit cards to make online purchases have been warned about high charges for using them.
THE complexity of decisions having to be made by judges was well illustrated in Drogheda District Court when a man in dispute with Permanent TSB over a credit card debt sat in the witness box.
There is absence of proper information on who owes what to whom in this country, according to James Treacy, managing director of credit information service BusinessPro, the publisher of ‘Stubbs Gazette’.