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21 Mar 2012

RYANAIR WORK WITH ALLIED IRISH BANK TO SCAM YOUNG PEOPLE WITH CABIN CREW TRAINING LOAN...Allied Irish Bank exploit young people for RYANAIR...

 Friday 16th March 2012 Ryanairdontcare Campaign with the help of Liverpool's Solfed  targeted the Allied Irish Bank in Old Hall Street Liverpool  who are complicit in the budget airline's Recruitment for Termination of young people wishing to become cabin crew at Ryanair.The Allied Irish Bank were guilty of helping Ryanair exploit young people by giving out a 3,500 euro Ryanair Cabin Crew training loan which Ryanairdontcare Campaign stopped in 2010 after Direct Action protests in Dublin..This bank new about the high levels of Termination amongst Probationary Cabin Crew at Ryanair who had taken out this loan but continued to do so until Ryanairdontcare Campaign got involved...What this bank is still doing is sending threats of bankruptcy to Terminated Probationary Ryanair Cabin Crew who had this loan even though these victims have already been scammed by Ryanair and are penniless.....This loan was given under false pretences which were made by Ryanair and a message to Allied Irish Bank '' You need to contact Michael O'Leary from RYANAIR for any loan dept owed '' and stop contacting Terminated Probationary Cabin Crew or Bigger protests will follow not only in Liverpool but Dublin.....

Below is the video  from this protest...



       
                                                   Below are the photos from this protest...







John said,
The Allied Irish Bank we will be back ''GUARANTEED''

Ryanairdontcare Campaign's Facebook Group  https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Ryanair-Dont-Care-campaign-RYANAIRDONTCARE/327346637276632

As a result of my direct action protest at Everton v Manchester City football match Merseyside police have been granted an interim ASBO to stop direct action protests in the UK.It is very important for direct action protests to continue against Ryanair and in Ireland.Protests are planned  in Ireland in April..Donations can be sent through paypal to  jonnyjade@yahoo.co.uk which will help our campaign against Europe's Greatest Exploiters of Young People ''RYANAIR''.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

You are tough

Anonymous said...

I am about to embark to the training on Saturday, but I am about to give up. They ask the money too fast but are slow and clumsy to give detailed and on time information on what to do to follow requirements. Seems they want to get the money but the process will fail somewhere in the middle or after getting a job. It really looks like a well structured scam - and we already lost 1300 euros in the process (fees and accomodtaion). Can you please advice me? Thanks.
(From Portugal)
Thank you.

John Foley.... said...

Above comment please email jonnyjade@yahoo.co.uk