Chase bank set to close two branches in same state in October as customers need to take action now to secure their money

CHASE customers in a major state must send their cash by next month.

The banking giant will close three locations in California in October.

Chase will soon close two branches in California


Chase will soon close two branches in CaliforniaPhoto credit: getty

As store closures have swept across the country, many banks have scaled back physical operations as customers increasingly rely on online financial services.

Here are the California Chase locations that won’t see November.


Chase’s Foothill and San Gabriel location in Azusa, about 40 minutes east of Los Angeles, is scheduled to close Oct. 24.

The branch offers several services including three deposit machines and wealth management services.

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Azusa bankers can still be found nearby at 1188 E Alosta Ave. carry out banking transactions.


The Hawthrone and Lomita location in nearby Torrance will also close.

The branch, which also has wealth management services and five ATMs, will close on October 26.

But customers won’t have to go far.

Another Torrance location, 2121 Torrance Blvd, is just nine minutes away.

Without a bank account

Several major banks have closed numerous locations in recent months.

PNC Bank plans to close a total of 127 branches in the near future.

The Pennsylvania-based bank has already closed dozens last summer.

PNC plans to fully automate 60 percent of its stores by 2026.

Bank of America has also cut back.

The bank closed two branches in Texas in August.

And two closures are planned in Massachusetts in October.

Wells Fargo, Santander Bank and First Citizens Bank are three other major banks closing locations.

And many bank customers are dealing with persistent fees and the increasing inconvenience of having fewer branches.

A high “stop order” fee is charged.

Another charges maintenance fees for his most basic checking account.

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