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Operating areaUnited States

MoneyPass is an interbank network owned by Brookfield, Wisconsin based Fiserv, the third largest North American financial services company by revenue.[1]

Previously, MoneyPass had been owned by Elan Financial Services, a business unit of U.S. Bank. MoneyPass provides surcharge-free ATM services to North American MoneyPass consumer/cardholders whose transactions utilize a MoneyPass supported ATM and has become the second largest surcharge free ATM network in the United States.[2]

There are 33,000 surcharge-free MoneyPass ATMs in the United States, located at financial institutions and retail locations.

More than 95 million consumers have access to MoneyPass ATMs. [3] [4]

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  1. ^ Kilgore, Tomi (2018-09-25). "Fiserv to buy U.S. Bancorp unit's debt-card processing, ATM services and MoneyPass for $690 million". Market Watch. New York: Dow Jones & Co. Retrieved 2019-03-23.
  2. ^ "Fiserv to acquire ATM-related units of Elan Financial Services". ATM Marketplace. Louisville, KY: 2018-09-27. MoneyPass, the second largest surcharge-free network in the U.S. with access to more than 33,000 ATMs
  3. ^ "ATM Network MoneyPass Quietly Books a Slew of New Members" (Press release). digitaltransactions. 2008-08-13. Retrieved 2016-09-11.
  4. ^ "7-Eleven Joins MoneyPass Surcharge-Free Network" (Press release). ATMmarketplace. 2017-08-03. Retrieved 2018-08-23.

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