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General discussion / PSD2 - how is it going to be exploited
« on: January 12, 2018, 11:11:45 AM »
Every time there there is a major banking change the forst people to figure it out are faraudsters and charlatans so how are they going to use PSD2..

in case you don't know what it is
from indo
just seems rife for explotation to me..

The main elements of PSD2:

With a customer's permission, a bank must allow an outside company authorised by regulators to take a payment directly from an account for goods and services.

A bank must allow an outside firm to access transactions history from a customer's account for the purposes of aggregating information from several current and savings accounts into a single "dashboard".

Tougher customer authentication of online payments will be introduced from the second half of 2019.

Banks will have to spell out reasons for refusing an application for a new account, making it harder to hide behind generic concerns like money laundering.

Banks are required to give refunds for unauthorised transactions.

Outside payment firms must respond to complaints within 15 days.

Firms authorised under PSD2 are not allowed to take deposits or grant loans like traditional banks.

Most PSD2 firms that take data from a bank account will also come under a separate EU General Data Protection Regulation that comes into force in May to reinforce safeguards on personal data.

These Guys are well worth their milage money

[ftp]Goalkeepers will no longer be able to avail of a silver service from ball boys behind their goals, the GAA's Central Competition Controls Committee has decided

General discussion / Old building Renovation
« on: February 18, 2013, 02:21:00 PM »
Am Thinking of buying an old house which needs major renovation . Is it worthwhile Getting my own quanity surveyor to price it first or should I jst get builders quotes .
I'm afraid a builder will Expect me to point out every thing that has to be done and them hit me for all the thing i never realised were need it .
Or is ther some other type of professional adver  i should be looking for other than QS?
All advise appreciated.

Mayo / david kilcullen-county board f*ck up
« on: February 21, 2011, 11:10:00 PM »
any one know anything about killcullen getting a year ban for playing as he was ineligible due to a screw up in his transfer procedure?

General discussion / ICE BROADBAND liquidation
« on: April 26, 2010, 09:51:42 PM »
any one else use this ?
diepite all the negativity about them I was very happy with the service the last few years . but they are now being run by the reciever .
I hate going to Eircom with their restrictive practices  re: downloads
Wonder if it Worth hanging in there to see if they are bought out or who would be a good alternative

People are on to Joe duffy that they are taking lumps of money out on the Direct debits.

with half of mayo going to new york next week has any one any different or odd ball suggestions of what we might get up to after the match. apart from the usual  sightseeing and visiting your aunties type stuff . I havnet bee before so i intenfd to spend one day crossing sight off my list rockerfella centre empire state building world trade towers base ball game ellis island  ect.

General discussion / More lolly for the Debt dodging Freeloaders
« on: September 08, 2008, 04:34:41 PM »

Tallaght Stadium, the new home of Shamrock Rovers, is to receive 825,000 from the RAPID Sports Capital grant fund.

Rovers, the most successful side in League of Ireland history, have been without a permanent home for two decades since leaving Glenmalure Park in Milltown in 1987.

The new stadium also received a 2.75 million grant from the Department of Arts, Sports and Tourism this year.

General discussion / Eddie Osullivan quits
« on: March 19, 2008, 10:50:29 PM »
don't let the door hit your arse on the way out

GAA Discussion / leix versus mayo 3
« on: March 02, 2008, 12:59:21 AM »
sorry for starting another one . the 1st one disappeared and the second one is locked.
Whats going on.
I can suure people we coulnd get arise out of the laois feckers  on this thread at all so there were no rows at all. hopefully calling the  Lelx will upset them
As to the game Very entertaining it was and a draw by definetly the right result.
best for leix  were Clancy Tierney(08 points)  and  young quigley has peobably ended BJP reign at full back.
Best for mayo were heaney (no news there) andy moran and keith higgins. JOM made a characteristicallybizzare decision with quigley on fire to put Shurle's Conreu on to mark him and fair play it worked to a certain extent but a weird move any way
another good move was the welcome intro of Mcgarrity at half time he curbed a very dominant Clancy.
While 4 points from austin was a good return  he still does not convince as a county player not i fear does James gill a brave hearted man but lacking the  extra bit required

General discussion / dealers in dead horses to get freebie stadium
« on: December 14, 2007, 02:36:07 PM »
Homeless Shamrock Rovers should finally be moving into their new stadium in 2009.

The High Court has cleared the way for South Dublin County Council to complete construction of a community stadium in west Dublin.

Thomas Davis GAA club had taken judicial review proceedings against the Council for its part in the project in Tallaght but the judgement went against them today.

Rovers Club Chairman Jonathan Roche says the club was delighted with the decision

General discussion / Sad week for north Mayo
« on: October 19, 2007, 10:48:28 AM »

A real case of nobody shouted stop

but at least we converted the Bishops wife

General discussion / kill Jamie oliiver and Free Celtic cornwall
« on: June 14, 2007, 03:04:14 PM »

There were few outward signs of a terrorism alert in north Cornwall yesterday. Visitors milled around Padstow's busy harbour as usual while further down the coast at Newquay surfers lounged about on a warm, waveless day.
But behind the scenes at Cornwall's two most famous eateries, Rick Stein's Seafood Restaurant in Padstow and Jamie Oliver's Fifteen in Newquay, security was being stepped up after Cornish extremists claimed they were planning to target two of the country's most famous chefs.
A group calling itself the Cornish National Liberation Army (CNLA) threatened to burn down one of Stein's businesses in Padstow and declared the cars of his customers legitimate targets.
The group said Fifteen - a restaurant set up by Oliver to help disadvantaged Cornish youngsters find a career in catering - was also in its sights, and branded the chef an "incomer" who was hurting local people by driving up house prices and living costs.
CNLA, which claimed to include members of the An Gof organisation - militants suspected of a series of attacks in the 1980s, including an explosion at a courthouse in St Austell, added it would target anyone who flew the flag of St George, which they called "imperialistic and tainted".
It claimed one of its activists had previously been involved in the burning of English people's holiday homes in Wales and said it had significant funding from other "Celtic nations" and the US.
The threats, made to a local morning newspaper via an Arabic web-hosting service, were being taken seriously by the police and the chefs. A police spokesman said yesterday: "Devon and Cornwall constabulary ... have made immediate contact with proprietors of various businesses and are actively working together, with a view to ensure that appropriate crime prevention measures are maintained."
There was outrage from across the political spectrum at the threats, a sense of disbelief from the businesses named and bemusement at the group's targets.
The CNLA claimed it was a amalgamation of An Gof, which takes its name from a 15th-century rebel leader, and another group, the Cornish Liberation Army.
But police sources said they were unclear whether the threats were the work of cranks operating from a spare bedroom or something more serious. Earlier this year a message purporting to be from An Gof surfaced in which the group threatened to destroy all St George flags. A flag in Tresillian, south Cornwall, was subsequently cut to ribbons and the slogan "English Out" daubed on a garden wall.
The leader of Cornwall county council, David Whalley, said some of the CNLA's concerns - such as the difficulty many locals have buying homes - were valid but their tactics were not. "It's unfortunate these people feel so alienated," he said.
Dick Cole, the leader of Mebyon Kernow, a political party that campaigns for greater self-government for Cornwall, said he was "very saddened" at the threats and called CNLA a "pseudo-terrorist group".
Malcolm Bell, chief executive of South West Tourism, said: "A few years ago this lot would have been dismissed like Wolfie Smith and his Tooting Popular Front. Since 9/11 and the July 7 attacks you have to take it seriously."
But there was some support on Cornish websites. On the Cornishman newspaper's site, Michael Wright, an exile from St Austell, said: "The Cornish people are being cheated out of their own country. I wish I could do more for the liberation of Kernow [Cornwall]."
In its email, entitled "directive number one", the CNLA echoed recent comments from Stein that local businesses had benefited from the "rosy glow" of publicity his ventures had attracted, the CNLA said one of its activists was involved in the burning of cottages in Wales and added: "At a unspecified date, Rick Stein will himself feel a 'rosy glow' in our Cornish port of Padstow."

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