Roughly 65% of small banks charge noncustomers to use automated teller machines, up from 39% a year ago, according to a report issued Wednesday.

The third annual ATM study conducted by U.S. Public Interest Research Group, a consumer watchdog, also showed 83% of the 300 largest banks impose ATM surcharges, up from 51% in 1997.

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