It was part of a nationwide roll-out by AIB, which would have seen them turn 70 of their stores cashless from October 21st.
The bank had cited a fall in demand for services as their reason for turning cashless.
However, AIB has since reversed their decision, and in a statement today (Friday), they said that their decision was due to “public unease”.
This means that they will not be going ahead with turning 70 of their stores cashless just yet.
Overall, this is good news for the people of not only New Ross and Gorey, but the people nationwide who would have been impacted by this decision from AIB.
Although the Irish bank has reversed its decision, one could only suspect that this globalist cashless society is not too long away and that this really, is only a postponement of an eventuality.
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