Ulster Bank apologises to customers

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Ulster Bank has apologised to customers who have been reporting problems using bank cards and making electronic transactions on Wednesday evening.

It is understood to be part of a UK wide problem that is also affecting its sister company Natwest.

Last summer, computer faults caused disruption for many Ulster Bank customers for a number of weeks.

The bank has said it is aware of the current problems and will provide more information as soon as it is available.

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