Monday March 30, 2020

The true extent of AIB's overcharging

The financial regulator has said for the first time that AIB is likely to reimburse money to customers for a second case of overcharging on foreign exchange rates.

10th December, 2005

The financial regulator has said for the first time that AIB is likely to reimburse money to customers for a second case of overcharging on foreign exchange rates.

High level inquiries at the bank are still going on and the regulator was unable to say when a report will be completed and made public.

The Sunday Business Post highlighted the new overcharging case last July.

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