by Sarah Eadie

More Fee-Free ATMs

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Use the ATM Finder Now

Your money is yours. We don’t think you should pay fees to access it. That’s why we’ve partnered with the STARsf ATM network to expand our fee-free ATM coverage and provide a foundation for future services.

Simple now has even more ATM access in convenient spots near you, including 10,000+ new machines at places like Walmart. We’ll continue to offer access to the U.S. Allpoint ATMs you use now free of charge.

To find your nearest fee-free ATM, open the ATM Finder now or use our Android and iOS apps. Tell your friends about Simple (and our fee-free ATMs) and get a wallet.

Access Fee-Free ATMs at These Participating Locations

Logos of 7Eleven, Walmart, Costco, Dunkin Donuts, BBVA Compass, Walgreens, Kangaroo Express, Hess, CVS Pharmacy, Sundco, Safeway, Target

Interested in getting started with Simple? Apply now!
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