LINK, the UK cash machine network, has announced that The ChangeGroup International, the global currency specialist, has joined the LINK ATM Scheme.
The LINK ATM Scheme brings together banks, building societies and other institutions that operate cash machines and/or issue cards that can be used in these cash machines.
ChangeGroup Director, Paul Meehan, said: “Making currency accessible to our customers is key and we’re excited to be launching our new sterling and currency dispensing ATMs this year. “Working with LINK allows us to offer our products up to the widest possible audience, and we’re extremely proud to be a part of their network.”
John Howells, LINK CEO, said: “LINK has a strong track record in innovation and we are delighted to welcome ChangeGroup and its multi-currency ATMs into the LINK Scheme to further benefit our customers.”
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