Villagers run out of cash as banks are axed: Lack of ATMs mean residents are forced to travel miles to get money if machines are empty or break down 

Towns and villages across the country are running out of cash as bank branches rapidly disappear from Britain’s high streets, according to a report.
Bank closures, insufficient numbers of ATMs – which can run out of cash – and faulty cash machines means many people in rural communities are forced to travel miles just to get some money out.
The report from the Federation of Small Businesses reveals the chaos caused by banks’ decision to abandon hundreds of communities after ditching a commitment to never close a branch if it was the last one in town.
It said many of its five million members... read more

18 October 2016 in Business, Views: 42
Source: Daily Mail

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