A n g r y b a n k customers are being forced to queue in the rain with bundles of money.
This comes after Girvan’s Royal Bank of Scotland shut its doors for the final time last month.
Residents now need to queue for hours at the mobile bank that visits the town just twice a week.
The van also no longer visits the surrounding villages - meaning people from the likes of Dailly and Barr need to make their way to Girvan at set times.
It comes only twice a week to the town - at 2.25pm- 3.40pm on Tuesdays, and 10.15am11.30am on Thursdays.
Councillor Alec Clark said: “It’s a big concern for the town - as it is a real bad issue.
“Royal Bank of Scotland customers down here get less than three hours a week to do their banking business.
“Sometimes there are over 50 people queueing at a time which is ridiculous.
“The main thing to worry about for me, is where is the security?
“Someone could be standing there with thousands of pounds and they’re exposed.
“I think they have really underestimated how many people use the bank.
“The people who need to come in from the villages will really struggle with this service going forward.
“They have made a real dog’s dinner of the old building which is a shame really.”
A furious resident said: “This is an absolute joke and I am really annoyed by it.
“It feels like they don’t care about us down here which is awful.
“They are meant to be the Royal Bank FOR Scotland, so why are they treating us like some sort of outcasts?
“I think they should be looking into helping us out - otherwise they will isolate us all.”
Residents can still use the other banks in the town which include Bank of Scotland and TSB.
Royal Bank of Scotland failed to comment on the matter as the Post reached its deadline.
Disgrace The old building is an eyesore for residents
Busy Bankers get just over an hour to do their business