Ulster Bank compensation process to begin tomorrow

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Thursday, August 30th, 2012
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Ulster Bank will tomorrow morning begin the process of compensating customers for an IT glitch which left thousands of local people inconvenienced and out of pocket.

The Ulster Bank branch in Newry’s Hill Street

Newry Times has learnt that Ulster Bank will release a statement tomorrow morning detailing how customers – both personal and business – can begin the process of getting compensation. Newry Times understands that Ulster Bank will also include an application pack for customers to download, fill in and return in order to get their claims processed. In the application, customers must provide evidence of any problems they suffered throughout the long running saga, any inconvenience caused and provide evidence to back up any claims. More to follow.
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