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The ATM is a familiar part of the business model for most credit unions, but after years of dealing with never-ending compliance hurdles and constantly evolving technology, some credit unions are doing what was once considered unthinkable – giving up the titles to their ATMs.

Instead, they’re leasing their ATMs, effectively going from owners to renters of cash-dispensing terminals across the United States. And in turn, those credit unions said they’re getting better ATMs that still bear their names, but with less headache, lower cost – and less control, too.

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