CINCINNATI — Users of Kroger Co.’s prepaid debit cards will no longer be charged a fee at ATMs that offer the MoneyPass Network, which consists of over 23,000 ATM locations nationwide. The surcharge-free MoneyPass ATM transactions are an extension of U.S. Bank’s financial services relationship with Kroger. In 2010, U.S. Bank and Kroger formed a strategic alliance that offered Kroger customers and associates a suite of payment products and financial services, including ...
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