The AIB branches in Tubbercurry, Co Sligo and in the Donegal towns of Ballyshannon and Killybegs are among 70 branches which will move to cashless outlets as demand for services declines across the country.
These branches will instead focus more on mortgage, loan and saving advice for customers.
The bank will also extend its relationship with An Post, with customers able to access cash and cheque services in the 920 post offices nationwide.
Ballyshannon customers of AIB are being advised by a notice on the AIB website that the nearest branch with full services in in Donegal Town and that the nearest Post office is situated on Castle Street in the town.
Customers in Killybegs are also being advised that the nearest branch with full services is situated Donegal Town or alternatively to use Rooney’s Supervalu in Killybegs.
AIB customers in Tubbercurry are being advised that the nearest branch with full services will be in Ballina while the nearest Post Office is situated on Teeling Street in Tubbercurry.
The cashless banks will come into operation on September 30th and October 21st, and AIB say ATMs will also be removed from these branches.
Ballymote Tubbercurry Councillor Paul Taylor says the Tubbercurry branch going cashless is another blow for the area: