Seven Texas banks will close this month
Business closures continue to impact Texas; this time, a bank will close some of its locations in Texas.
PNC Bank, which operates 2,629 branches in 27 states, has announced it will close more locations, as it plans to automate 60 percent, or more than 1,000 branches, by 2026.
While some people do their banking online, many Texans still prefer to visit a branch to conduct their finances, so this announcement will cause some concern.
"PNC recognizes that branches continue to play an important role for many customers when it comes to conducting certain transactions and holding important in-person financial conversations with our banking experts, which is why we routinely evaluate our branch network, together with our other available methods of banking, to determine if we are most effectively meeting our customers' needs."PNC Spokesperson
PNC Location closures
- 47 locations are to be closed on June 23, including seven in Texas
- 30 branches are to be closed on July 21
- 29 branches to close on August 19
PNC Branches in Texas closing
- 10457 Montwood Dr, El Paso
- 301 Congress Ave, Austin
- 900 Washington Ave, Waco
- 848 W Spring Creek Parkway, Plano
- 4841 Colleyville Blvd, Colleyville
- 101 N Shoreline Blvd, Corpus Christi
- 14280 Marsh Ln, Addison
Do these branch closures affect you? Will you move to online banking? Are you concerned about the number of stores closing in Texas? Should Gov. Abbott offer financial support for struggling retail businesses or laid-off workers?
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