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[deleted] t1_j3243re wrote

No I just don’t think it’s that big of a deal that one or two branches close in each province when you have 6 chartered banks and dozens of credit unions and nobody banks in person anyways


NotBettyGrable t1_j3269th wrote

All the seniors I know bank almost exclusively in person.

Also your "one or two branches" in each province assertion is demonstrably false. If you aren't from rural Canada you might not be aware that you don't have 6 different banks and a credit union in town. Many towns have one bank. Despite totally capturing the banking for that area, the customer loyalty is zero.


jamar030303 t1_j32v3j3 wrote

>and nobody banks in person anyways

Until ATMs start dispensing and accepting coins, I'll still have to.


[deleted] t1_j330rum wrote

Okay well not everyone goes to a laundromat


jamar030303 t1_j36s9ya wrote

And you said "nobody" in your earlier comment, which is pretty absolute. Also there are other places that deal in coins- arcades, for starters. Anywhere that deals in cash and doesn't price things in exact multiples of 5 dollars, for another.