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National Commercial Bank- NCB To Reimburse Dormant Fees Business Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News Latest News People Politics 

National Commercial Bank- NCB To Reimburse Dormant Fees

Jamaica (McKoy’s News)- National Commercial Bank- NCB To Reimburse Dormant Fees: National Commercial Bank, the NCB is to reimburse fees charged for dormant accounts. A circular released by the bank states that the fees will be reimbursed when an account is reactivated or closed.  It says in cases where minimum balance fees are also generated to an account as a... Read More
NCB Staff Association Scores Court Victory Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News Latest News 

NCB Staff Association Scores Court Victory

Kingston, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – NCB Staff Association Scores Court Victory: The NCB Staff Association has scored a major victory in court against the Bank over its failure to pay staff a share of the profits declared at the end of the financial year in 2002. National Commercial Bank has a formula agreed with the Staff Association to trigger whether... Read More
PNP Seeking Support on Dormant Bank Fee Class Action Lawsuit Business Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News Latest News 

PNP Seeking Support on Dormant Bank Fee Class Action Lawsuit

Kingston, Jamaica (Mckoy’s News) – Dormant Bank Fee Class Action Lawsuit: The Opposition People’s National Party (PNP) is seeking support for a class action lawsuit against banks for charging fees on dormant accounts. In a tweet on May 25, the PNP is seeking followers who have lost money in dormant accounts, to join Member of Parliament, Fitz Jackson on his drive... Read More
Clifton Boys’ Home Rebuilding Fund: Boys Home Destroyed By Fire Featured News Jamaica Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News Western Jamaica News 

Clifton Boys’ Home Rebuilding Fund: Boys Home Destroyed By Fire

Westmoreland, Jamaica (McN) – Fire Gutted the long-standing Clifton Boys’ Home, which housed 28 boys, on Sunday January 15, leaving the residents who are between age 6 to 18 without a permanent home. It is still unknown what caused the fire. The boys and their caretakers were not injured but, lost all their belongings and amenities in the fire. They... Read More
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