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Alerts

Keep yourself updated anywhere, anytime

How can Alerts help me?

Sign up for Alerts now

Mobile app

Set up an manage alerts straight form you mobile app.

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    Log into your Mobile app

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    Select the profile icon to the top right of the screen once logged in
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    Select Settings
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    Select Alerts

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    'View Activity Alerts’ will show you what activity alerts you have set up, these can only be amended via online banking

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    Selecting an account will allow you to amend the alerts for each, including – Act Now Alerts and Balance Alerts. Pre-advice of Interest and Charges and New Statement Issued are only able to be amended via online banking

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    To amend how Act Now Alerts are sent, simply tap on the option, and select the text, email or ‘both’ option and tap ‘save’

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    To amend Balance Alerts tap on the option, then set a lower balance and/or a higher balance and then tap ‘save’

Sign up online

A great way to register and manage your alerts is through Anytime Internet Banking.

 

Anytime Internet Banking is available to those aged 11 and over with an eligible Ulster Bank Republic of Ireland account.

 

If you have your debit card to hand you could get online immediately. If not we will send your activation details to you once you complete our registration form.

Sign up over the phone

You can set up and manage your alerts via our telephone banking service.

 

Ring us on 1850 210 830 to discuss registering you for Text Alerts. Our lines are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

 

Please note that some services telephone banking may be unavailable for short periods in the early hours of the morning.

Sign up in branch

Visit your local branch and our staff will help you register and manage your alerts.

Find your local branch using the Branch Locator tool below.

Banking safely on your mobile

We take your security seriously as you trust us to keep your money safe. We will never ask for your PIN or Password details by text or email.

In certain circumstances - when we need to comply with the law, protect security, or fight fraud - we may have to withdraw, suspend or restrict the alerts service without letting you know beforehand.

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