Coronavirus: Should your TSB branch be shut down within 164 sites? | Trade News

A man uses a TSB cash machine in Ashford, Kent

TSB announced on Wednesday that it would close 1,164 branches with more than 900 losses as it accelerates the transition to digital banking.

The Announcement The financial crisis has led to thousands of jobs and customer complaints about the lack of access to staff and services as the UK’s major banks embarked on a broader journey on the high road.

The use of digital banking services during TSB indicated an increase in numbers COVID-19 As the crisis continues it restructures the following beliefs IT Fiasco What we saw in 2018 is that nearly two million customers have locked out their accounts for a few weeks.

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A customer is using TSB online banking application

The following TSB branches have been marked for permanent closure on the following dates:

Aberdeen, Boxburn – May 20th

Aberdeen, Coulter – Feb. 10

Aberdeen, Dice – May 26th

Aberdeen, Kink Rth – 16 June

Aberdeen, Manofield – 23 June

Aberdeen, St. Machar – May 11

Again, Tari – February 4

Abne – January 20th

Albrighton – 12 January

Aldridge – 25 February

Alexandria – 11 May

Alford – February 9

Andover – 24 June

Anstruther – 10 March

Ascot – 10 June

Banchery – 16 February

Barnett – January 28th

Burton-le-Clay – 13 April

Bathgate – 23 June

Bearsden – 16 June

Benfleet – March 4

Barwick-o-Tweed – March 3

Birmingham, Kingstanding – March 24

Birmingham, Sparkhill – April 28

Bishop Cleve – February 24

Blackburn, Bastwell – 26 January

Blairgauri – May 5

Bolton, Dubhill – replaced by the new City Center branch

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Bolton, Harwich – replaced by the new city center branch

Buenos Aires – June 30

Bournemouth, Christchurch Road – Feb. 17

Brighton, West Street – 30 June

Brooksburn – March 2

Bukaven – March 30

Barford – 10 May

Burn Oak – 27 May

Bertisland – 16 February

Campbettown – 18 February

Canterbury – February 3

Canve Island – 22 April

Cardiff, Clifton Street – March 17

Carnosti – 15 April

Castle Douglas – January 19th

Cheddar – March 31st

Chesterfield – 2 April

Chippenham – 24 March

Chipping Norton – June 29th

Church Stratton – 12 May

Cinderford – January 27

Coatbridge – 10 June

Cockfoster – 22 April

Cooper Angus – February 3rd

Cowdenbith – 20 April

Criff – 30 June

Column – June 1

Kipper – June 1

Dalkith – February 11

Devdevata – April 1

Dingwall – 2nd June

Dorchester – April 28

Dundee, Craigie Bank – 13 January

Dundee, Loki – 11 March

Danmo – 13 May

Dunun – January 28

Durham – 12 May

Darsley – March 4

Edinburgh, Korstorphin – June 8

Edinburgh, Georgia – 18 March

Edinburgh, Pilton – 26 January

Alessandro – 10 February

Girwan – 2 February

Glasgow, Anisland – April 20

Glasgow, Denston – Feb. 10

Glasgow, Drumchapel – 17 June

Glasgow, Easterhouse – May 5

Glasgow, Particle – February 17 17

Glasgow, Springburn – June 22

Glinith – February 11

Grangemouth – January 14th

Grantown on Spy – 20 January

Great Missinden – March 17th

Haslingden – 20 January

Haq – June 2

Healing Island – June 9

Hebburn – 18 February

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Helensburg – 13 January

Hitchin – June 3

Holt – 17 June

Barrier – 23 February

Hucclecote – 23 June

Hall, Hessel – 14 April

Hungerford – May 19

Hunting – February 24

Ilkle – 27 May

Inch – 21 January

Ipswich, Hadleg – May 2

Johnstone – 2 April

Kelso – January 21

Kilburn – February 24

Kilsith – 18 May

Kircaldy, Templehall – April 27

Large – 26 April

Larkhall – 2 April

Leek – 13 January

Lay-on-C – June 9

Liverpool, Heathfield – June 8

Liverpool, Waterloo – March 3

Lochgilphead – February 17

London, Acton – 29 April

London, Eltham – 13 May

London, London Wall – 12 January

London, Putney – 14 April

Long Sutton – 11 March

Limington – February 4

Malton – 24 June

Malvern – 15 June

Manchester, Chitam – 21 April

Manchester, Erlam – 25 May

Manchester, Radcliffe – 3 February

Montrose – 10 March

Marton – 10 March

Nairn – 17 March

Netherlands – 29 April

North Warwick – 19 January

Northampton, Abington Street – 16 June

Nottingham, Low Pavement – May 20th

Nottingham, Mapperley – 23 February

Old Hill – 26 May

Peebles – 27 January

Penicuik – 15 June

Peterborough, Milfield – 14 January

Petersfield – 8 April

Pitlochari – February 25

Plymouth, Crownhill – Jan. 27

Port Glasgow – June 9

Prestatyn – 23 March

Prestwich – April 28

Prestwick – March 21st

Princess Risbro – March 31

Ramsay – 23 March

Rainfruit – 18 May

Richmond – 16 March

Rosith – 25 March

Rothschild – March 9

Royal Watton Basset – March 24

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Saltcoats – 30 March

Sabridgeworth – 3 June

Skeleton – April 1

Scalemarsdale – 4 May

St. Astel – April 21

Stratford-upon-Avon – May 4

Sutton – May 6

Tadworth – 25 March

Thornlibank – 25 May

Tariff – March 4

Waltham Abbey – 31 March

Wire – February 2

Warrington, Orford – May 19

Wales – May 19th

Whitby – June 2

Week – 16 March

Winchester – 26 May

Winslow – April 21

Watton’s Under Age – March 18

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