Retail ATM Turns 10, But Do Banks Care?

Krebsbach, Karen
June 2004
Bank Technology News;Jun2004, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p48
Trade Publication
Reports on the 10th anniversary of the retail automated teller machines (ATM) in the United States. Banking industry's share in the ATM market; Decline of banks' sponsorship of retail ATMs, which is dominated by independent-service providers or retailers themselves; Banks' discovery that off-site ATMs are not as profitable as they had hoped; Renewal of Provident Bank's agreement to operate ATMs at United Dairy Farmers locations in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky.


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