closed on Oct 8th in Dungloe along with 88 other branches around the country. Now if you need access to the bank services, the bank has a contract with An Post to cover those services. They even took the ATM machine out which people were not happy about. There are a few machines in stores that people can access. Just more aggravation for people. I wonder what will now become of this empty building.
the bank with their name and atm machine
Just like in The Netherlands.
More and more facilities are disappearing.
Greetings from Patricia.
So far banks in Canada have stepped up to help our country work through these challenging times.ReplyDelete
Um belo edifício.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
What an impressive building.ReplyDelete
Hope the building will be saved for a nice destination.ReplyDelete
You can fit 4 families in there.ReplyDelete
I can see that being frustrating.ReplyDelete
beautiful building with nice decoration.ReplyDelete
The bank I´m with sits in Frankfurt - far away.ReplyDelete
And you can only go via App now. Or go a whole complicated way.
I feel so darn old, I don´t understand how you can expect your "smart"--phone is always on - what if you loose and owww.
Banks. Too much power they have.
These days so many things are done via app. or online...ReplyDelete
...a lovely building, but it doesn't look like a bank to me.ReplyDelete
Oh, such a pretty building. I'd say put a library in it, but that seldom ever happens. At least around here. Funny how somethings take forever to happen while suddenly banks can close and you wonder how to access your savings.ReplyDelete
It is a shame to lose the ATM machine, they are convenient.
The building is pretty, I hope it finds a new purpose.
Take care, enjoy the rest of your week!
The profits of a bank, and service to its customers, never align at any point, the former always trumping the latter.ReplyDelete
Well that is a disturbing situation. I hardly ever step into a bank anymore but I'd miss the ATM.ReplyDelete
That is such a beautiful building! I rarely have to go to the bank but once in a great while I use an ATM.ReplyDelete
Very nice looking bank.ReplyDelete
Our local branch of one bank is closing in Feb. I hate losing the ATM more than the drive through windows, which are the only 2 services of the physical building I use. I am wondering if I'll keep that account open, but the other several banks in town don't have free checking. Not that I use paper checks for more than a couple of bills monthly any more...it's all on line. Sad to see your pretty building closed up.ReplyDelete
A very beautiful buiding. So sad that the Bank closed.ReplyDelete
Here the same happens often.
They don't want to spend their/our money if they can avoid it!ReplyDelete
You'd think there would be some reasonable notice to customers so that they could make new arrangements.ReplyDelete
Sad to see this institution disappearing. Perhaps they have decided they don't make enough money serving people's needs. Perhaps that fine, old building will become a B&B?ReplyDelete
Sounds like a big headache for people.ReplyDelete
Hola! un edificio muy bonito. SaludosReplyDelete
Tiene un buen edificio, seguramente que pronto lo dedicarán a otra cosa.ReplyDelete
Evaluating old buildings is something I love very much. In our country, some banks use old and historical buildings. It's sad that it's closing...ReplyDelete
A lot of our banks have shut their doors and removed the ATM's, it's a sign of the times, but it doesn't make it easy for people does it!ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
We have the same with banks here.ReplyDelete
That is some nice looking bank. It looks more like two residences.ReplyDelete
Beautiful building and bright benches too. A pretty sight except for the empty space where there once was the ATM.ReplyDelete
Lindo edificio te mando un besoReplyDelete
gotta hve ATM machines, here banks have been closing their branches due to more people doing online banking.ReplyDelete
They close branches and people are forced to do more online and after that the closure of more branches is justified because of "changing customer behaviour".ReplyDelete