Nearly all banks are imposing surcharges at automated teller machines, and many are raising them, according to a survey by a consumer watchdog group.

U.S. Public Interest Research Group said 93% of institutions levy the extra charge on noncustomers, versus 71% last year and 45% in 1997. This year's survey-conducted last month-covered 336 banks and 31 credit unions.

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