79 Banks Closed for Good Thanks to the Internet: Is Your Bank on the List?

The bank closures span 22 states and include J.P. Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo, and Bank of America.

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Updated July 18, 2024
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We all chose the banks we trusted most to manage our money, and for some of us, face-time and customer service were essential parts of our decision. 

As online banking becomes increasingly popular, more banks are shutting down their physical branches — recently, 79 more banks across 22 states have closed for good.

Chase Bank closed the most branches, shutting down 18 of them. Meanwhile, Wells Fargo is shuttering 17 locations, and Bank of America will close 16. Other banks affected include branches from BankUnited, BMO Bank, Citizens Bank, and Inwood NB.

Here’s a list of the 79 banks that are closing so you can get a better idea of where you stand with your bank.

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California

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The state is the hardest hit, with 19 bank closures announced. Ten of the 19 are J.P. Morgan Chase branches.

Bank of America

  • 8655 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles
  • 1515 Broadway, Sacramento
  • 450 Montgomery St., San Ramon
  • 4054 Macarthur Blvd., Oakland

BMO Bank

  • 9593 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills

J.P. Morgan Chase

  • 1088 Stockton St., San Francisco
  • 279 West Portal Ave., San Francisco
  • 10297 S. De Anza Blvd., Cupertino
  • 116 E. Grand Ave., Escondido
  • 8347 Le Mesa Blvd., La Mesa
  • 400 S. San Antonia Rd., Los Altos
  • 275 Los Gatos San Antonia Rd., Los Gatos
  • 1215 El Camino Real, Menlo Park
  • 139 S. El Camino Real, Millbrae
  • 999 Adams St., Saint Helena

Wells Fargo

  • 11701 Telegraph Rd., Santa Fe Springs
  • 7847 Lichen Dr., Citrus Heights
  • 4135 Pacific Coast Highway, Torrance

U.S. Bank

  • 3380 Coach Ln., Cameron Park

New Jersey

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The state faces seven bank shutdowns, four of which are Wells Fargo branches.

Bank of America

  • 90 Nassau St., Princeton

TD Bank

  • 1701 Route 70 East, Cherry Hill

Trustco

  • 385 North Franklin Turnpike, Ramsey

Wells Fargo

  • 303 Broad St., Red Bank
  • 1300 Hamilton Ave., Trenton
  • 4306 Route 130, Willingboro
  • 21 North Forklanding Rd., Maple Shade

Tennessee

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The five closings in Tennessee will include three U.S. Bank locations.

Bank of America

  • 414 Union St., Nashville

Fifth Third Bank

  • 2814 West End Ave, Nashville

U.S. Bank

  • 2020 Fieldstone Pkwy., Franklin
  • 8028 Highway 100, Nashville
  • 1731 South Rutherford Blvd., Murfreesboro

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Florida

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Four banks will close in different cities across the state. Two of the four bank closures will occur in beach cities like West Palm Beach and Deerfield Beach.

Bank of America

  • 1827 North Military Trail, West Palm Beach
  • 375 Fifth Ave. South, Naples

BankUnited

  • 2201 W. Hillsboro Blvd., Deerfield Beach

Wells Fargo

  • 4949 Ridgemoor Blvd., Palm Harbor

Texas

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Six closures will take place in cities across the state, including Chase, Wells Fargo, and Bank of America branches.

J.P. Morgan Chase Bank

  • 101 North Beaton St., Corsicana

Bank of America

  • 1000 East 41st St., Austin
  • 2000 East Lamar, Suite 100, Arlington

Lake Shore Bank

  • 26500 Kuykendahl Rd., Tomball

LCNB

  • 1312 Washington, Commerce

Wells Fargo

  • 905 South Filmore St., Amarillo

Virginia

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Prince William County is losing a Bank of America branch, following a trend of other bank shut-downs in the state. Earlier this year, three branches of Capital One banks closed in Northern Virginia.

Bank of America

  • 1708 Old Bridge Rd., Woodbridge

Michigan

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The state is another to lose a Bank of America branch. However, the 60,000 Pontiac residents can still visit the active BofA branch in nearby Bloomfield Hills.

Bank of America

  • 41 North Saginaw St., Pontiac

Zions Bancorporation

  • 1363 US Highway 2, Crystal Falls

Pennsylvania

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Four different banks will close, following the news of several PNC Bank shut-downs in the state earlier this year.

J.P. Morgan Chase Bank

  • 100 Settlers Ridge Center Dr., Pittsburgh

Bank of America

  • 6425 Rising Sun Ave., Philadelphia

NexTier Bank

  • 4231 Trindle Rd., Camp Hill

Wells Fargo

  • 52 West Broad St., Bethlehem

Massachusetts

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The Middlesex County branch's closure follows the closure of four other BofA locations in the state earlier this year.

Bank of America

  • 684 Fellsway, Medford

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Maryland

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The cities of Linthicum and Annapolis will say goodbye to two different banks.

Bank of America

  • 201 Benton Ave., Linthicum

Shore United Bank

  • 200 Westgate Circle, Annapolis
  • 443 Park Ave. S., New York City
  • Citizens Bank

    • 112 Ninth Ave., New York City

    New Carlisle FSB

    • 115 E. Fourth St., Jamestown

    New York

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    The state will bid farewell to five banks, four of which are in New York City.

    J.P. Morgan Chase Bank

    • 45 Wall St., New York City
    • 148 E 79th St., New York City
    • 443 Park Ave. S., New York City

    Citizens Bank

    • 112 Ninth Ave., New York City

    New Carlisle FSB

    • 115 E. Fourth St., Jamestown

    Indiana

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    Hamilton County and Clark County will see three banks close.

    J.P. Morgan Chase Bank

    • 270 Merchants Square Dr., Carmel

    Fifth Third Bank

    • 2932 E. 10th St., Jeffersonville
    • 600 E. Lewis and Clark Pkwy., Clarksville

    Connecticut

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    The state will see branches from JP Morgan and Wells Fargo close.

    J.P. Morgan Chase Bank

    • 93 Mason St., Greenwich

    Wells Fargo

    • 55 Centennial Ave., Meridien

    Oregon

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    Portland will lose two of its banks that are just a few minutes away from each other.

    J.P. Morgan Chase Bank

    • 2405 W. Burnside St., Portland

    KeyBank

    • 825 NE Multnomah, Portland

    Arizona

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    The state will lose banks in three different cities.

    Wells Fargo

    • 23435 N. Pima Rd., Scottsdale

    Northern Interstate Bank

    • 201 N. Montezuma Suite #100, Prescott

    U.S. Bank

    • 9900 S. Rural Rd., Tempe

    Illinois

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    Residents of Winnetka and Chicago can expect to say goodbye to a bank in their area.

    Wells Fargo

    • 791 Elm St., Winnetka

    Huntington Bank

    • 2130 W. North St., Chicago

    Ohio

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    The state can expect to see four bank closures in various cities.

    Wells Fargo

    • 5129 S. Country Rd. 29a, Tipp City

    U.S. Bank

    • 801 N. Houk Rd., Delaware

    Park Bank

    • 14 S. Fifth St., Zanesville

    Inwood Bank

    • 7553 Bridgetown Rd., Cincinnati

    Mississippi

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    One of the state’s most populous cities can expect to see a Wells Fargo close.

    Wells Fargo

    • 6093 US Highway 98, Hattiesburg

    Washington

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    While there will be one Wells Fargo shutdown, the residents of Seattle can still go to one of several other locations still open in the city.

    Wells Fargo

    • 1827 15th Ave. W., Suite A2, Seattle

    Arkansas

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    The state is one of several to see a U.S. Bank close this year.

    U.S. Bank

    • 327 S. Ash St., Malvern

    South Carolina

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    The Pearman Dairy Road location is one of a handful of U.S. Bank locations in the state, so seeing it close will be difficult for some residents.

    U.S. Bank

    • 1499 Pearman Dairy Rd., Anderson

    Hawaii

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    The island of Oahu will see a closure from Huntington Bank.

    Huntington Bank

    • 3450 Waialae Ave., Honolulu

    Bottom line

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    Banking really is a personal choice; and it is essential you know where and who to entrust with your savings goals.

    For better or for worse, more banks are closing because of mobile banking. So, if you bank with Chase, Wells Fargo, or Bank of America, check the list above to see if the location near you has shut down.

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