Bank of Ireland investigating debit card issue

Bank of Ireland says it is aware some customers are having problems using debit cards and ATMs.

There are intermittent problems with transactions but credit cards do not appear to be affected.

The bank says it is investigating the problem and has apologised for the inconvenience.

More to follow.

Digital Desk

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