Four AIB branches in the Shannonside region are to transition to completely cashless services over the coming months.
70 AIB branches nationwide will make the move by October, with ATMs and cheque services moving elsewhere.
It's part of a new digital banking strategy spurred on by the bank's claim that cash demand is falling.
The bank's partnership with An Post will be expanded, so customers can lodge and withdraw money from their account through their local post offices.
In Leitrim, The Ballinamore branch of the bank will transition to cash services from the 30th of September, with the nearest full service branch for locals located in Carrick on Shannon.
Elsewhere in the region, Castlerea AIB will also close all cash and cheque services from the end of September, with Roscommon Town listed as the nearest branch for cash transactions.
Two other local branches are to face the same removal of services by mid-October, With Longford Town's branch losing all cast and atm services on site.
AIB list Roscommon's branch as the next closest location for those traveling from Longford.
Meanwhile Athlone will be the closest full cash serviced AIB branch for people in Ballinasleo, where the local AIB is making the same service changes.