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12 August 2016

MSP Seeks Assurances from Bank of Scotland on Cash Machines

Banffshire & Buchan Coast MSP Stewart Stevenson has sought assurances from Bank of Scotland on the continued availability of cash machines in Portsoy, Cullen and Macduff following the announcement that the bank’s branches in all three communities are to close in November.

Bank of Scotland plans to offer a mobile branch banking service in the communities affected, a service which currently runs in other communities across the North-east.

Commenting, Stewart Stevenson said:

“It was disappointing to hear of the proposed closures of three Bank of Scotland branches within my constituency. I have received assurances from Bank of Scotland that staff in the Cullen Portsoy and Macduff branches will be redeployed and customers will be able to access counter services through mobile banking.

“Nevertheless, I am writing to Bank of Scotland to express my concerns and to seek clarification on whether the ATM service, which all of these branches possess, will remain available. As well as convenience for customers, tourism is very important along the Moray Firth Coast and access to cash machines is clearly very useful if we want tourists to spend money locally.”
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