Bank of America to close Paradise branch


Bank of America to close Paradise branch
  1. Bank of America to close Paradise branch
    paradisepost.com
    Ridge residents who have been going into the Bank of America branch located on Skyway for service will either need to begin commuting or find a new company on the Ridge to handle their fiances, as the company has recently informed its customers that it would be closing the branch location in…
    California (CA)

Ridge residents who have been going into the Bank of America branch located on Skyway for service will either need to begin commuting or find a new company on the Ridge to handle their fiances, as the company has recently informed its customers that it would be closing the branch location in November.

Ridge customers received a letter last week that told them about the closure and that their accounts will remain unaffected.

Colleen Haggerty, a Media Relations spokesperson for Bank of America, confirmed the closure via email saying, “We constantly adapt our financial center network to fit clients’ changing needs and habits, and this decision is driven primarily by changing…

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