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TSB to cut opening hours at 94 branches

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24/04/2019
TSB is set to close seven branches and reduce opening hours at dozens more.

The closures will take place over the next five months, with one in Liverpool set for this Friday (26 April).

In total, 94 branches will have their opening hours cut from July, with some to open just two days a week.

For a full list of closures and opening hours changes, click here.

Customers will be able to use local Post Office branches to check their balance, make cash withdrawals and make cash and cheque deposits.

A TSB spokesperson said: “Customers are changing the way they interact with us and over the past few years we have seen the usage of branches continue to fall, with many customers increasingly using alternative TSB branches, online, mobile or telephone banking to access TSB banking services.

“These changes mean that we have taken the difficult decision to close some branches that are no longer commercially viable. We are also reducing the opening hours of a further 94 branches to keep them commercially viable.

“Our branch partners are working with our customers to support them as we make these changes and there will be no job losses.”

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