AIB ANNOUNCE REMOVAL OF CASH, CHEQUE AND ATM SERVICES IN CARRICKMACROSS AND CASTLEBLAYNEY BRANCHES FROM OCTOBER

21 July 2022 No Comments by The Northern Standard

By Veronica Corr

Allied Irish Bank has announced that over the counter cash, cheque and ATM services will be removed from Carrickmacross and Castleblayney branches from October 21st, 2022. A statement which appeared on the bank’s website read: “Some of our branches will no longer offer cash and cheque services at the counter, or through machines inside the branch. This means we will not have notes, coins, cheques, foreign exchange, bank drafts; and will remove any drop safes and night safes.

If there is an ATM outside the branch where services are changing, that will also be removed … Kiosk Banking and Phone Banking services will still be available at these branches.” AIB have pledged to keep these branches open in order to “continue to provide a modern, community-based, sustainable banking service,” adding that the bank would support all customers and answer any questions they may have. AIB customers in Carrickmacross and Castleblayney will be able to do their banking at the local Post Office, the statement continued, adding that the…

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