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Cary's TCF Bank, 36 Other Locations Closing

TCF Bank will be closing 37 locations in Jewel-Osco stores throughout the Chicago area, including the Algonquin branch at 1501 E. Algonquin Road, according to Crain's Chicago Business. 

The plan is to close the locations by March and 200 employees will be affected by the closures, according to Crain's Chicago Business.

Other local branches that will be closing include: 4222 Elm St. in McHenry, 696 Northwest Highway in Cary and 145 S. Eastwood Drive in Woodstock  A full list of branch closings can be found on the Daily Herald

Crystal Lake's TCF Bank will remain open. 

The Chicago Tribune reports the majority of locations that are closing have other branches within five miles and 14 of the closing locations have branches within three miles. 

The Daily Herald and Crain's Chicago Business has more on this article. 
Zed December 12, 2013 at 11:13 PM
Wonderful to see TCF Bank locations closing even if it's just a small number of them in the local Jewel stores. With Dominick's closing, the Chase Bank locations in those Domi stores could now move into the Jewel stores. I was with TCF for the Jewel convenience years ago. Until I tried to deposit a check for a friend who was in the hospital. (I'd done it successfully previously.) The manager at the TCF on this occasion not only refused to do the transaction but then - get this - told me I should deposit my friend's check into my own account. That's right. She told me to basically steal my friend's money. After becoming exasperated, I realized that a TCF Automated Teller Machine was right behind me. I walked over to it and made the deposit no problem. That's right - the machine was more human than the human.

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