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B of A, Wells Say ATM Lockout Will Stand Until Fee Ban Lifted

DEC 2, 1999 2:00am ET

Despite a series of court victories upholding banks' rights to impose fees on automated teller machine use in the last two weeks, Bank of America Corp. and Wells Fargo & Co. are maintaining a lockout on noncustomers' access cards in Santa Monica, Calif., signaling that nothing short of surrender by opponents of the fees will suffice.

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