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MATTHEWS, N.C. and LAKELAND, Fla. - Harris Teeter, Inc. and Publix Super Markets are among the retailers that have recently struck deals with Western Union Co. for in-store money-transfer services.
Harris Teeter has begun adding Western Union's money-transfer services to its stores and hopes to complete a full rollout at all 153 of its stores by Nov. 8, according to a report in The Business Journal.
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Harris Teeter shoppers will be able to send and receive money; send bill payments or prepay for wireless, home phone, or Internet service; purchase a money order; or load funds onto a Western Union Prepaid MasterCard.
Publix Super Markets, Inc., meanwhile, has signed a multiyear renewal agreement with Western Union that will keep its money-transfer services at nearly 900 Publix locations in the Southeast, according to a report in the Orlando Business Journal.
The renewal extends Western Union's existing agreement with Publix through its entire supermarket chain in Florida, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, and Tennessee.