Wells Fargo Bank, the nation's second-largest debit card issuer, has decided to sever its ties to Visa's Interlink network and join MasterCard's competing program.

The San Francisco-based bank said it will convert its automated teller machine cards to MasterCard's two brands - Maestro for on-line debit services, and Cirrus for international ATM access - during the second quarter of this year.

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