Some Central Georgia Bank of America customers may have to change locations.
The company is consolidating three branches in Macon due to consumer habits changing.
According to Matthew Daily, Senior Vice President of Communications,customers still use financial center, but less frequently. Instead of visiting bank locations, many cash check using the banks mobile apps. Those who do visit the branches, come for more substantial advice or expertise such as planning for retirement.
Daily says the branches at 2720 Riverside Drive, 4040 Vineville Avenue and 3920 Pio Nono Avenue will all close on November 14th.