Barclays must continue to allow their customers to withdraw cash at post offices

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Barclays bank announced on 8 October 2019 that their customers will not be able to withdraw cash at post offices from January 2020.

Due to bank branch closures, many people rely on post offices as a place to access vital banking services – especially in rural areas. 

Without access at their local post office, many people will have to travel many miles to access cash. This will present major challenges to older and disabled people. Barclays’ actions will be damaging to customers and to a national institution - the local post office.

Barclays should reverse their decision before it is too late. It is unacceptable that people should fall victim to Barclays' quest for greater profits.

This is about protecting rural communities and protecting our nation's post offices.

For more info, contact the National Federation of SubPostmasters (NFSP) at