On Thu, 2009-12-17 at 12:14 +0000, Ronan Mullally wrote:
> The last time I used it (about 12 months ago) Bank of Ireland's service
> required IE. When I asked why, I was told "because it is more secure".
I use Bank of ireland's "BoI Plus" personal banking with firefox ok.
It's a rubbish on line banking service though and there was a period
where it required Ie, I did complain to them about that .
BofI's on line banking has changed very little since I started using it
in the late 90's. it was rubbish then and it's rubbish now ..
I would be interested in hearing about what features other on line
banking services available in Ireland offer in the way of features. bank
of Ireland have been treating me, as a customer very shabbily recently
and I am considering taking my business elsewhere
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