ATMs in Rural Scotland

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    Paul Daly
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    SRA will be giving evidence to the Scottish Affairs Committee on 15 May, partly due to the worries that the LINK network may be reduced, particularly across rural Scotland. How would this affect you, your community or your local businesses?

    What’s your experience of using ATMs? Do you have one nearby or accessible by public transport?

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    TheCopse
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    Could have been a serious issue for people with poor credit history who can only have the most basic bank accounts, as these formerly did not give you a card with switch facility and so money had to be withdrawn from ATMs to pay for things. (Would have been a double blow, what with banks also closing branches in rural areas.) I believe that this has changed now, though, and is no longer the case.

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