gonna give AIB the shove after they've introduced their fees. I don't need their account as I have an UB one that I can't close (condition of mortgage) so as I'm not in Ireland I wouldn't have enough going through the AIB a/c to qualify for free banking, shame as I always liked the AIB online interface much more that UB.
I want now to close my AIB a/c but before I do I want to know, can I still access my AIB credit card account through online banking? I need to be able to keep a check on it and view statements from time to time and this requires a card reader + debit card according to AIB's website.
I won't have a valid AIB debit card once I close my account. It doesn't state that an AIB Visa card will work with the card reader (and I had to select a debit card to activate with the card reader, even though my Credit card does generate a code when I hit "identify") so i don't really know what to do. Ulster Bank clearly state that they will provide a special card for the reader if you have no debit card with them (I actually have one, for some reason). Does anyone know if AIB also have this, but perhaps aren't advertising it?