Payment Alliance International has a deal with OnPoint Community Credit Union to apply OnPoint's branding to automated teller machines at all 72 Rite Aid pharmacies in Oregon.

The ATMs will be owned and operated by PAI, a  Louisville, Ky., company that provides ATM services for nearly 1,500 Rite Aid locations nationwide. 

OnPoint's 269,000 members will not pay fees to access cash at these Rite Aid machines. This agreement begins next month, the companies say in a June 27 press release. 

"This benefits our members with convenient, surcharge-free access to cash right in the communities where they live and shop, plus enhances credit union visibility, which helps us grow," says Rob Stuart, president and chief executive of OnPoint Community Credit Union, in the release.

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