ATM fees hurting the elderly and rural communities

Ged Killen - 03 December 2018

The Scottish Labour MP has spoken out before a debate on ATM closures across the UK, and warned that unless "low-income families, the elderly and rural communities" are likely to be penalised in the transition to a cashless society.

The Member of Parliament for Rutherglen pointed to research by Which? UK, that found that over three quarters (78 per cent) of consumers in the two lowest household income groups rely on cash, using it two to three times a week, with four-fifths (80 per cent) of retirees use it frequently.... See more

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