Saturday June 6, 2020

Noonan displeased with Bank of Ireland solo run

Bank’s decision to restrict its cash withdrawal limits provoked the ire of finance minister, who has put a lot of hard work into returning it to normality

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
8th November, 2015
Bank of Ireland’s announcement of a minimum cash withdrawal amount was criticised Pic: Rollingnews.ie

Irish banks are serial offenders when it comes to upsetting customers with new, invariably higher, fees and charges. So the news that Bank of Ireland was planning to introduce a minimum level of €700 for a cash withdrawal in one of its branches was never going to go down well with its customers.

To make it worse, the news was announced just days after the bank suffered a delay in processing many payments.

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