Wells Fargo says it will allow customers to use their smartphones to conduct automated teller machine transactions starting next year. The move comes as banks everywhere are under pressure to enhance their mobile offerings as more customers are doing their banking on smartphones.
Wells Fargo says it will allow customers to use their smartphones to conduct automated teller machine transactions starting next year. The move comes as banks everywhere are under pressure to enhance their mobile offerings as more customers are doing their banking on smartphones. Patrick T. Fallon
Wells Fargo says it will allow customers to use their smartphones to conduct automated teller machine transactions starting next year. The move comes as banks everywhere are under pressure to enhance their mobile offerings as more customers are doing their banking on smartphones. Patrick T. Fallon
Bank Watch

Bank Watch

News and notes on Charlotte's banks and the financial industry

Getting ATM cash without a card? It’s on the way

December 09, 2015 2:28 PM

More Videos

  • NC boy's gravestone repossessed by minister after family didn't pay the full bill

    A 5-year-old Hickory boy who died of juvenile leukemia last year has had his grave marker repossessed in a financial tug-of-war between his parents and a monument company that made it. The boy, Jake Leatherman, made news last year when two dozen NASCAR personnel showed up at his November funeral, including Joey Logano, Matt DiBenedetto, and Ryan Ellis. Some of the attendees served as pallbearers, reported media outlets. The boy never got a chance to go to a NASCAR race, but was a devoted fan of the sport, and idolized legendary NASCAR driver Richard Petty.