An ATM surcharge fee is the fee an owner of an ATM charges cardholders from other financial institutions who use their machine. In other words, if you have an Old National debit card and use it at another bank's ATM, that bank may assess a surcharge.
ATM surcharge fees are typically between $2 and $3.50. Usually, a screen will appear on an ATM giving you the option to accept or decline a surcharge. Declining will cancel your transaction.
It's important to note that for some types of checking accounts, Old National will charge a $2.50 "foreign" ATM fee (on top of the ATM owner surcharge) if you use a non-ONB or non-Allpoint ATM.
To ensure fee-free ATM usage, we recommend always using an Old National or Allpoint ATM when possible. To find an Old National or Allpoint ATM, go to our website locator at oldnational.com/locations. Select the ATMs and Partner ATMs filter above the locator map. You can also use the locator within our Mobile App to find both Old National and Allpoint ATMs.