Frequently asked questions
We get lots of questions daily, the most popular of which we’ve pulled together below.
Your accounts were closed and the funds are held by Rabobank Dublin (or in situations where there has not been any customer transaction in the preceding 15 years, the funds have been transferred to the NTMA in accordance with the Dormant Accounts Act).
Rabobank Dublin is a branch of Coöperatieve Rabobank U.A., a Dutch co-operative bank incorporated in the Netherlands and licenced by the Dutch Central Bank. Rabobank Dublin is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland for conduct of business rules.
You can claim at any time if you so wish.
If you wish the funds to go to another charity then you will have to firstly complete the funds transfer request to transfer the funds into an account in your name and then you can donate to your charity of choice. Click here for your funds transfer request.
If you had a number of relationship types (single, joint, minor…) when you were a customer a different letter was sent depending on the final balance for accounts within each of those relationships.
Please send a written request to change to the new address and also send proof of address (bank statements within last 6 months, see section 3. Proof of address for further detail).
If you closed your account(s) before the 16th May 2018, your statement and certificate of interest were posted to the address on record. If you didn’t close your accounts before the 16th, your statement and certificate of interest were posted in June/July 2018.
If you require a copy then please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request and contact details.
Please click below to find out the steps involved in getting your funds.
Yes, unclaimed funds continue to be covered by the Dutch Deposit Guarantee Scheme (DGS).
Any active term deposit accounts were closed on the 12th March 2018 and all interest up to the maturity date was applied to your balance less any DIRT that was applicable. The balance was then transferred to your demand account and was available to you from the 15th March 2018 as outlined in a letter issued to you on the 21st February 2018. We issued closing statements for term deposits at the end of March.
If you did not close your demand account we closed it as outlined in FAQ – Since RaboDirect closed – where are my funds?
The notice period on all Notice Saver accounts was waived in our announcement on the 21st February 2018. This account is now closed.
RaboDirect withdrew its Zurich PRSA pension offering on 26th March 2018. If you have a Zurich Life PRSA Pension you should contact Zurich directly by:
Phone: 01 7992711
Following closure of your account(s) your Digipass was disabled and you can no longer access the RaboDirect secure site. You can return your old Digipass to RaboDirect at FREEPOST F4006, PO BOX 10152, Dublin 2.
RaboDirect Ireland, the online savings bank, closed on 16th May 2018. The decision followed moves by our parent, the Rabobank Group, to simplify its business model across the world and reduce costs. RaboDirect was established in Ireland in 2005 to provide efficient funding for lending activities, but as conditions changed across Europe generally, including Ireland, this source of funding was no longer required by Rabobank.
Here are all the communications we made to inform customers:
If your question is not covered above or you require further assistance, please email us at email@example.com or contact us on 01 607 6288.