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Wells Fargo taps the Web to bolster ATM services

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Wells Fargo & Co. May 2 will announce what it said will be the nation's largest network of Web-enabled ATMs. Customers won't be able to access the Net; rather, the San Francisco bank will use the Internet to pull in interactive services--bank offers, personalized greetings--as well as headlines from MSNBC.com and full-motion video. ATMs will run movie trailers and commercials when consumers aren't using the machines; DreamWorks Pictures will run the first ad, for "Gladiator." The bank over time will convert its 6,300 ATMs, starting this year with more than 800 in Arizona and California.

Copyright May 2000, Crain Communications Inc.

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