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Switching bank accounts is easy, says Bank of Ireland

All banks are reporting a significant spike in the numbers of customers switching bank accounts in recent weeks, primarily due to the withdrawal of providers from the Irish market. For those with multiple accounts linked to their current account and numerous direct debits, credits and standing orders it can appear daunting. What most people don’t realise is that your new banking provider does most of the work for you and will have your new account up and running within ten days. You just need to remember to cancel your old account.

Bank warns customers to be ‘vigilant’ at ATMs

The Bank of Ireland is warning customers to be vigilant when using ATMs after two card skimming incidents in the county over the Christmas period.

Is your business ready for the SEPA deadline on February 1?

At the beginning of February 2014, the Single European Payments Area, a payment integration initiative of the European Union, will be in full operation. The aim of the project is to improve the efficiency of cross border payments and to turn the many national clearing systems into a single payment area.

Therapie Clinic - home to the perfect gift

Have you been to Therapie Clinic, Fairview Terrace, Athlone recently? It’s located just beside the Sheraton exit of the Athlone Towncentre, across from the Fair Green car park. You have got to pop in and check out their stunning selection of must-have Christmas gifts. Plus if you get in on Thursday November 28 there’s 20 per cent off everything incuding products, treatments, gift sets, and even gift vouchers!

Businesses in Mayo are the seventh fastest to pay bills

Irish businesses improved their payment performance by nearly three and a half days in the second quarter of 2013, according to the latest insights from Experian, the global information services company. The research also shows that businesses in Mayo are seventh fastest to pay their bills, with an average 20.25 days beyond terms.

IiBC and Ulster Bank host seminar on international trading

The Innovation in Business Centre (IiBC) at the GMIT Castlebar is presenting a seminar facilitated by the Ulster Bank on trading internationally. While this event is primarily aimed at those businesses who are potential or early exporters, anyone with interest in international trade including those businesses that are looking to import are welcome to attend this free seminar.

Doire Press poetry competition

GALWAY PUBLISHING company Doire Press is holding its International Poetry Chapbook Competition 2013 and the entry deadline is May 29.

David Martin launches new e-voucher

David Martin Hairdressing Group has just launched a new e-voucher, making it easier than ever to treat a loved one to a gift voucher. Simply contact the branch at New Dock Street, Galway, and you can order a gift voucher from the comfort of your own home and receive it in a matter of minutes. You can choose to have the voucher emailed to you, or directly to the recipient with your own personal message included.

David Martin launches new e-voucher

David Martin Hairdressing Group has just launched a new e-voucher, making it easier than ever to treat a loved one to a gift voucher. Simply contact the branch at New Dock Street, Galway, and you can order a gift voucher from the comfort of your own home and receive it in a matter of minutes. You can choose to have the voucher emailed to you, or directly to the recipient with your own personal message included.

Garda crime prevention advice for Christmas

With the busiest shopping period of the year upon us, especially online, the public and retailers alike should take steps to protect themselves from fraud.

 

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