Union Bank of California is doing an about-face on ATM surcharging.

The San Francisco-based bank is pulling out of a coalition of California financial institutions that had agreed not to surcharge for automated teller machine transactions. Beginning Aug. 30, Union will impose a $1.50 fee on noncustomers who use one of its 372 ATMs.

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