Ulster Bank delaying first closure date

Ulster Bank is delaying its first closure date for customers to make sure social welfare recipients don’t lose payments.

The first batch of account holders had a deadline of Saturday to close their accounts – but that’s been pushed back until November 4th.

The bank says with the higher benefits announced in last week’s Budget, it wants to ensure nobody misses out on money.

Customers get six months’ notice to close their accounts – but this first group now have seven months.

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