It has been revealed that Allied Irish Bank has announced that there are most probable chances that its credit customers will face problems in regard to the payment protection insurance policies.
The bank confirmed the news by saying that they noticed some inconsistencies at the time when they were checking the sales of its payment protection policy.
The spokesperson of the bank said that they cannot further reveal about the issue. “As a result of this we require your confirmation to determine whether or not it was your intention to purchase payment protection at the time of opening your credit card account”, announced the bank.
The bank has also informed that there are chances that some of the customers would like to disassociate with the bank, and in that case, they need to contact the bank authorities. However, nothing of such kind is needed for those customers, who are going to continue their insurance accounts with them.
The spokesperson said that the bank officials are discussing the matter, so for now it cannot be revealed that whether or not customers will get refunds. However, as soon as the officials take the decision about the same, customers will be informed about it.
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