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OHIO SAVINGS BANK SIGNS WITH MAC NETWORK

 WILMINGTON, Del., Sept. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Money Access Service Inc. (MAC) said today it continues to expand its customer base in the Midwest market, signing a five-year contract with Cleveland-based Ohio Savings Bank.
 With $1.9 billion in assets, Ohio Savings Bank will add 43 ATM locations to the MAC network in Ohio.
 "Since the MAC brand was first introduced in the Midwest market, it has been our objective to communicate the advantages of membership in the MAC network," said John Beran, midwest manager for the MAC network. "When a market leader like Ohio Savings bank joins our network, we know that we are making significant progress."
 According to Chung Chou Liu, senior vice president for Ohio Savings Bank, "As the nation's leading regional EFT network, the MAC network is at the forefront of expanding the functionality of the ATM card in areas such as point of sale and stored value. This translates to added benefits for our customers."
 MAC Midwest has signed a total of 21 new member institutions since the beginning of the year.
 The MAC network currently has more than 1,450 participating financial institutions and 28 million cardholders in 16 states, primarily in the Mid-Atlantic and Midwest regions. It is the top electronic funds transfer network in total switch transactions and a leading provider of point-of-sale services. MAC is a registered trademark of Money Access Service Inc., a subsidiary of Electronic Payment Services, Inc.
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 /CONTACT: Belle Gauvry of Earle Palmer Brown, 215-851-9676, for the MAC network/


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