Ulster Bank set to withdraw from Laser debit card scheme

Ulster Bank is to withdraw from the Laser debit card scheme and switch its customers to an alternative payments card operated by Visa. The bank will become the second Irish bank to issue Visa Debit cards instead of Laser, after Halifax. Ulster custom

17th October, 2009

Ulster Bank is to withdraw from the Laser debit card scheme and switch its customers to an alternative payments card operated by Visa. The bank will become the second Irish bank to issue Visa Debit cards instead of Laser, after Halifax. Ulster customers’ existing Laser cards will remain valid, and will be automatically replaced with Visa Debit cards when their Laser cards expire.

An Ulster spokeswoman said that Visa Debit cards operated in exactly...

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