Bank offers new Post Office services

Published Saturday, 22 February 2014
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Ulster Bank customers will be able to pay cash or cheques into their accounts at Post Office branches across Northern Ireland later this year.

Bank offers new Post Office services
A general view of the Ulster bank headquarters in Belfast. (© PA)

It comes as part of an extension of the bank's services for personal and business users and also applies to customers at RBS and NatWest.

Stephen Cruise of Ulster Bank, said: "We're continually looking for ways to enhance the service that our customers need and to make banking more convenient for them.

"Building on our existing partnership with the Post Office, these extended services are another way in which we are providing greater choice and flexibility for our customers."

There are 482 Post Office branches across Northern Ireland, where Ulster Bank customers can already check their balance, withdraw cash and pay bills.

Mark Gibson from the Post Office NI said he believes the addition of the extra services will bring a "real benefit" and "will offer people even more options."

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Comments Comments
Michael Rooney in Dunmurry wrote (340 days ago):
sounds like a good idea - pity Santander had it first
will it work in belfast wrote (342 days ago):
will the computers break down now even more with this service?
PB in Belfast wrote (342 days ago):
They should concentrate on the customers they have...get it 100% right...instead of bringing more problems for more customers
Gerard in Newtownabbey wrote (343 days ago):
Sounds like preparation for Branch closures.
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