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Westpac Whittlesea branch to close

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Westpac’s Whittlesea branch will close its doors on September 19 due to a lack of customers requiring in-branch banking.

Westpac says the closure of the Church Street premises will ‘complement how customers choose to bank’.

A Westpac spokesperson said the bank was investing in services that aligned with more than five million digitally-active customers, resulting in a difficult decision to leave a branch location.

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The bank will expand its services to access via Bank@Post, telephone, mobile and virtual banking.

Customers will be directed to other services to continue their banking, and people who are new to digital banking and may require assistance to make the transition, will be assisted.

The spokesperson suggested customers bank at South Morang branch, located 18 kilometres away, or visit Whittlesea Post Shop, 80 metres away to access the same cash services.

There is also a Westpac ATM located in Mernda.

The spokesperson said the bank would support their customers and employees, with a ‘robust process in place to assist employees to find new opportunities within Westpac Group’.

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  1. Absolutely disgraceful that banks are closing everywhere. It is a nightmare trying to manage issues or finances over the phone and you should be keeping cash alive instead going along with the agenda of the World Economic Forum. Shame on you and all those that support it and want to take away people’s freedoms and create a technocratic society. We were born to be free not ruled and regulated by technology from the elites of the world.

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