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Things to Remember when you use ATM Research Team | Updated On Monday, November 17,2014, 05:55 PM

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Things to Remember when you use ATM



Following are the things to Remember when you are using an ATM

  • After completing an ATM or Debit transaction, remember to take your card and your transaction record
  • Never disclose your PIN to anyone. You are the only person who should know it.
  • When traveling it is advisable that you only take one ATM card and remember the PIN. Protect your ATM card from damage by keeping it in a safe place - don’t allow it to bend or be scratched.
  • Memorize your Personal Identification Number (PIN) - if you want to write down your PIN, please do not keep it in your wallet, purse, or on the card itself.
  • In case you lose your card - be sure to know the emergency phone numbers of your card issuer
  • Make sure that anyone waiting to use the ATM after you should not see you entering your PIN.
  • Cancel your transaction and leave immediately if you see anything doubtful. Confirm, as soon as possible, with your card company that the transaction was cancelled.
  • If you are using an indoor ATM that requires your card to open the door, avoid letting anyone come in with you.
  • Lock the car doors and roll up the other windows when you use a drive-through ATM.
  • Do not leave your receipt behind - take it with you. Compare your ATM receipts to your monthly statement. It is the best way to guard against fraud and it makes record-keeping easier for you.
  • If you lose your card, contact the company that issued your card immediately.


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