DENVER -- King Soopers has put its own spin on in-store banking with a new, automated service that targets "bankless" customers. What distinguishes the service from other in-store banking systems is that it specifically targets King Soopers' customers who don't have bank accounts but regularly line up at the chain's check-cashing counters. Under the new system, transactions are still initiated at the customer service counter; however, cash is dispensed via an in-store automated teller ...

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