Getting on surprisingly well without (often) visiting your bank

“Customers, helped by external cash dispensers and by credit cards can get along surprising well without often visiting their bank.”

D. Vander Weyer, Barclays, 1970.

Thanks to innovations like the credit card, after 50 years we have an increasingly ‘cashless’ and an almost ‘chequeless’ society.

Also, how often do we visit our bank branch? (If our bank actually has any physical branches).

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