cash dispenser

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

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2,470 cash dispensers have been operating in Tunisia till July 31, 2017.
Chinese software Rufus used to access cash dispensers
Czech Republic-based financial institution Air Bank is partnering with Diebold Nixdorf (NYSE: DBD) based on its ability to innovate and deliver enhanced consumer experiences with the CS 2020 cash dispenser, software and services, the company said.
According to a study ordered by the Commission, only 38% of bank cash dispensers in the EU feature a voice command system for people with disabilities.
She had just withdrawn money from a cash dispenser, but within minutes a thief had opened her handbag and stolen her purse.
An industry source said this type of cash dispenser theft was relatively new.
Moneybox, which operates 2,400 cash dispensers in pubs and other retail locations in the UK, said the number of transactions showed signs of recovery in April compared with levels seen in previous months.
HSBC customers were unable to withdraw money at many of the bank's high street cash dispensers or carry out transactions on its website after the problems started just after midday.
Two out of every five cash dispensers in the UK now charge - taking a total of pounds 60m from us each year.
CASH dispensers firm Cardpoint are close to a deal to buy 800 ATMs from HBOS.
Police said a 26-year-old security guard was found dead early Tuesday in Sayama, Saitama Prefecture, and they believe a key to a nearby bank carried by the guard was used to steal money from cash dispensers.
The introduction of cash card access to a more sophisticated network of cash dispensers is part of our strategy to offer customers a variety of ways to access their money through an increasing number of channels.
In particular they are looking at footage of cash dispensers and pub areas.