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Brief: NatWest scraps ATM fees

06 November 2000  |  2681 views  |  0 Brief: NatWest scraps ATM fees

The UK's NatWest bank is to abolish cash machine charges from mid-December - a month earlier than planned - bringing it into line with parent company Royal Bank of Scotland

Other big UK banks announced plans to scrap charges for cash machine withdrawals in the summer.

Gordon Pell, chief executive, retail banking, NatWest, says: “We know that cash machines are the most regularly used service by our customers and free access to their cash is considered to be of paramount importance.”

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