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BoI cuts back on use of paper bills

Bank of Ireland has become the latest company to reduce the number of documents it sends to consumers.

16th October, 2010

Bank of Ireland has become the latest company to reduce the number of documents it sends to consumers.

All customers who receive monthly statements are being moved to quarterly statements unless they opt out of the change.

The move to paperless billing by some firms has been criticised by consumer groups and those protecting the vulnerable in society.

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