On Fri 15 Jul 2005 13:44, Proinnsias Breathnach wrote:
> > Something along the lines,
> > "We will have to recommend our members not to use AIB."
>> Not really - given they're probably the closest to being usable under
> linux - and their personal online-banking site works fine under most
> browsers (okay - not lynx but hey !)
I have had no problems with BoI or Permanent-TSB with Firefox under Fedora-4.
In fact the only place I have had problems is Goodbody's.
Re official complaints - complaints of this sort from any kind of
official sounding organisation often have a surprising effect,
since the receiver has no idea how many people the organisation represents;
while complaints from a single user are usually ignored.
However, I don't use AIB Business so it doesn't affect me.
[I was in the Dun Laoghaire branch of AIB yesterday,
and they have installed a crazy system of double doors
supposedly to stop bank robbers.
As far as I could see, a bank robber could get in perfectly easily,
so the only effect (as with many of these "security measures")
is just to inconvenience the ordinary user.]
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