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Synonyms for atm

a unit of pressure: the pressure that will support a column of mercury 760 mm high at sea level and 0 degrees centigrade

a means of digital communications that is capable of very high speeds

an unattended machine (outside some banks) that dispenses money when a personal coded card is used

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Payment Alliance International, a Kentucky based ATM portfolio management company, has announced the acquisition of Arizona-based ATM operator Eclipse Cash Systems, the company said.
The BSP in a resolution last April, and disclosed in a memo last month, lifted the ban on ATM fee hikes imposed in September 2013.
Without disclosing any figures, he said the department expected people to use ATMs less as more Filipinos were patronizing online payments.
On Tuesday, police turned their attention to G4S, the security group contracted to guard the four ATMs, in order to understand how the money disappeared.
In ATM jackpotting, thieves instal malicious software and/or hardware at ATMs that force the machines to spit out huge volumes of cash on demand.
Thousands of free-touse ATMs are being lost as bank branches shut.
ATMS is pleased to launch the new member portal in May 2018.
SORRY the ATM is out of order I feel this is the only thing that flashes on the screen every time anyone goes to the ATM and urgently needs cash.
"This would severely impact millions of beneficiaries under the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana who withdraw subsidies in form of cash through ATMs, besides urban centres, resulting in snaky queues and chaos akin to post-demonetisation," Balasubramanian told IANS.
Its latest update shows that, as of August, 15 protected ATMs need replacing with another free ATM.
"The cost associated with rolling out these ATMs was what led me to Dolphin Debit.
'Out of that number, 69 ATMs were installed in provincial sites in line with our commitment to bring banking services to the underserved areas,' she said.
Cardless ATMs are certainly a way to improve the customer experience by eliminating the need to carry and replace cards, which can be easily lost or compromised, as well as reduce the cost to the institution to replace them.
The bank's Group Head of E-Business, Mr Chuma Ezirim, said in a statement in Lagos on Monday that the bank also accounted for 37 percent bill payment services on ATMs in the nation's banking industry.
It's called jackpotting, a scheme where installed malicious software and/or hardware at ATMs induces the machines to spit out cash to fraudsters at a rate of 40 bills every 23 seconds.