Started a now irreversible process. That’s when you will no longer be able to withdraw with the ATM. Revolution in progress
The way we shop is undergoing rapid change, thanks to the advent of digital technologies. In particular, electronic payment methods are rapidly replacing traditional onessuch as cash or card payments.
This trend is constantly growing, with an ever-increasing diffusion of smartphones and mobile devices that allow you to make payments easily and securely. In the rest of the article we will explain when it will no longer be possible to withdraw from the ATMand how the world of electronic payments is revolutionizing the way we buy goods and services.
Goodbye ATMs, that’s why
Along with technology, payment methods are also undergoing a profound change. In recent years, for example, we are witnessing the disappearance of traditional ATMs, which are used less and less thanks to the spread of credit cards, debit cards and, above all, electronic payment solutions based on mobile devices. In the rest of the article, we will explain the reason for this change and what are the advantages they disadvantages of the different payment methods available today.
The situation of the bank branches in Italy it is worrying, as the numbers of recent years demonstrate. In 2022, in fact, they were closed well 554 branches throughout Italy, with an increase in the number of people who do not have access to a branch in the municipality of residence. This phenomenon does not only concern small areas, but also municipalities with more than 10 thousand inhabitants. In some regions, such as the Lombardy and the Lazio, the loss was particularly high. In the rest of the article, we will analyze the causes of this phenomenon and the possible solutions to ensure more equitable access to banking services throughout the country.
The closure of bank branches in many Italian regions, which lack ATMs, is creating problems for a large number of users. The heavily troubled areas I am the Molisewhere municipalities without a bank branch are the82% and the Calabriaal 71%. But regions such as Valle D’Aosta, Piedmont, Liguria, Abruzzo and Campania cannot feel better. A plan is needed that allows banks to return to invest and to play their important social role, as envisaged by the Italian Constitution. The rest of the article will explore possible solutions to ensure more equitable access to banking services throughout the country.