Western Union Ties AmEx ATMs To Money Transfers

Gosnell, David
April 2001
Bank Technology News;Apr2001, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p43
Trade Publication
Reports that Western Union Financial Services International Inc. will offer money-transfer services at American Express Co.'s automated tellers in 7-Eleven stores and at 7-Eleven V.com machines in the United States. Capabilities of the machines; Benefits to be gained by 7-Eleven from the service; Access procedures; Offer of money orders to both banked and unbanked persons.


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