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Keep AIB counter services OPEN in Fethard

Published 11 months ago 24th September 2021 by Joe Kenny

Fethard AIB is the only bank left open in the Slieveardagh area. If COUNTER SERVICES are CLOSED in Fethard, it will affect businesses and customers from Fethard, Killusty, Moyglass, Killenaule, Drangan, Cloneen, Mullinahone and surrounding areas.

A recent letter to customers from AIB states “Fethard branch will no longer offer over the counter transactions such as cash, cheques, coin, foreign exchange and bank draft services, from Monday, December 6, 2021.” – AIB is forcing Fethard customers to drive up to 30 kilometres and more to use their decreasing ‘nearest’ full-service branches if they wish to use the Night Safe, Foreign Exchange, or the many counter services that non-internet users require on a daily basis – in particular our senior citizens.

Now is the time to speak out against this pathway to complete CLOSURE. Please sign the local petition by visiting the following link: https://www.change.org/aibfethard

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