Australian couple sue AIB over ‘bogus’ account accusation

An Australian couple living in Co Westmeath are suing AIB for wrongly telling the Revenue Commissioners that they had a bogus non-resident account.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor @susmitchellsbp
4th February, 2006

An Australian couple living in Co Westmeath are suing AIB for wrongly telling the Revenue Commissioners that they had a bogus non-resident account.

The couple have lived in Ireland for 17 years and are seeking naturalisation. It is understood that the Revenue Commissioners wrote to them in 2003 after an Australian pension was paid into an AIB account.

June Kelly, from Mullingar, claims that AIB submitted a document containing misinformation to the Revenue, which subsequently labelled her...

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