The banks are being accused of collusion in forcing people off their trackers.
It’s emerged that a further 3,000 customers had their trackers removed from them by their mortgage lenders, bringing the number to 13,000.
Financial commentators believe that number could rise as high as 30,000.
A Wexford man, Thomas Ryan spoke out at a Finance committee meeting after he suffered a stroke caused by the stress of being forced off his tracker.
David Hall from the Irish Mortgage Holders Association believes the banks acted together.