Days are numbered for ATMs in Japan’s banking system

On May 2, Shinsei Bank announced that starting from October it will impose fees for automatic teller machine (ATM) transactions. Shinsei’s main sales point has always been its lack of ATM fees, but the bank will start charging ¥108 per ATM withdrawal …
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