US Consumers Continue to Leave the Branch; A New, “Virtual” Banking Segment is Rising and Threatens Traditional Bank Sales Systems

By | March 21, 2012

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2 thoughts on “US Consumers Continue to Leave the Branch; A New, “Virtual” Banking Segment is Rising and Threatens Traditional Bank Sales Systems

  1. Greg

    Bank and Credit FREE since 1991! I own everything and life is great! I accept cash only payments and pay cash only. I also stay in B&B’s that are nicer and cheaper the hotels and the B&B’s don’t require a credit card! I also have no credit record and life is still great! I have a financial responsibility certificate so auto insurance is not required. I also don’t sign anything that has arbitration or suborgation. You can either take charge of your life or the system will. I sleep soundly at night and have almost zero stress in my life.

  2. DJ Redman Post author

    I believe “branch attachment” will remain very high due to the main reason that folks do not completely trust online banking transactions (yet)… especially older folks.

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