All Ulster Bank customers affected by system error have now been paid

first_img This is something we can look into once everything is resolved. Thanks again for your patience Martin. JL— Ulster Bank Help (@UlsterBank_Help) January 13, 2017 Short URL Friday 13 Jan 2017, 10:50 PM 42,744 Views Source: Ulster Bank Help/Twitter There have also been reports of a problem with State pension payments going into accounts. Ulster Bank said it is also investigating this issue.With reporting by Órla RyanRead: Former employees accused of stealing over €90,000 from Ulster Bank accountsRead: Ulster Bank fined €3.3m for anti-money laundering and terrorist-financing failures By Cormac Fitzgerald Hi Simon, We are currently investigating reports of this issue. We will update you shortly, thanks for your patience. NM— Ulster Bank Help (@UlsterBank_Help) January 13, 2017 Source: Cliona Dukes/Twitter Jan 13th 2017, 10:50 PM Image: Mark Stedman/ Share341 Tweet Email9 “My wages haven’t gone into my account. Usually There by now? Other people with other banks gotten theirs. What’s up?,” Martin Murphy tweeted.Customers had also expressed worries about direct debit payments being removed from their accounts without the money being there to pay for them. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article presumably direct debits that have left my account which wages cover will not be returned & there won’t be fees applied.— Clíona Dukes (@ClionaDukes) January 13, 2017 All Ulster Bank customers affected by system error have now been paid A number of customers didn’t receive their wages this morning. 93 Comments Source: Ulster Bank Help/Twitter Updated at 10.50pmULSTER BANK HAS said all customers who were affected by a delay in the bank making payments have now been paid.The bank received a number of complaints this morning from customers that they hadn’t received their wages as per normal.A spokesperson told “Ulster Bank can confirm that payments delayed to our customers this morning have been paid. We apologise for this delay and if any customer has any queries, we encourage them to get in touch with us.”Earlier, a number of people took to Twitter to state that their wages hadn’t gone through. Image: Mark Stedman/RollingNews.ielast_img

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