Massachusetts community banks could lose one-third of their customers if big-bank competitors impose automated teller machine surcharges, a survey suggests.

As Massachusetts lawmakers mull legislation that would ban ATM fees entirely, the study found that 33% of Bay State community bank customers would probably switch to a bank with more ATMs if fees were assessed.

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