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ReadySTATION kiosks to feature walk-in bill payment service
NEW YORK and BROOKFIELD, Wis. (1/15/08)--Consumers can purchase prepaid cards and pay their bills through a financial service scheduled to be deployed at kiosks in convenience stores nationwide this spring. CheckFreePay, a part of Fiserv Inc., announced an agreement with Ready Credit Corp. to implement the CheckFreePay walk-in bill payment service at all ReadySTATION kiosks in the U.S. ReadySTATION kiosks are deployed at 55 retail, convenience and grocery store locations in six states. Stores using the kiosks include Dollar Tree in Atlanta and Houston, Save-A-Lot in Milwaukee, SUPERVALU stores, and convenience stores in Minneapolis and El Paso, Texas. The stations allow consumers to purchase ReadyCARD Prepaid MasterCards and pay their bills. Bill payments made at the kiosks can be processed the next day for $2.50, or through standard three-business-day processing for $1.50. Ready Credit offers its customers instant-access self-service prepaid financial products and services. Fiserv is a core processor, serving financial institutions, including credit unions.


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