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Synonyms for automated teller machine

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

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But shortly afterwards the same man is believed to have targeted another person at the same cash point.
A man has been arrested after an incident at a Lloyds Bank cash point in Swansea city centre
The shop was open as normal yesterday, however the cash point could still be seen with its door prized open.
The North West had the highest number of cash point thefts between January and June this year, with 29% of the nation's total.
The judge said the men had targeted cash points in West Wales in June 2012, stealing a woman's card details of and attempting to do the same to a man.
They had already been filmed robbing a man at the same cash point two days earlier.
One in five people used a cash point or went to their bank or post office to change cash, on 10 January, down from a high last week, indicating that "the peak of the cash changeover is over," says the Commission.
A PENSIONER is warning cash point users to be on their guard after her card was stolen as she tried to withdraw money.
A fault at the cash point in Keyworth, Nottinghamshire, meant customers received free money.
The National Federation of Retail Newsagents has tied up with self-fill operator Cash Point Machines in a drive to persuade all members to install ATMs.
The occupants are said to have tied a rope around the stand-alone cash point and attached it to the car in an unsuccessful bid to dislodge it.
AN investigation has been launched after a Cleveland Police officer parked on double yellow lines - to use a cash point.
Grey Street's HSBC and Lloyds cash machines both offer PS5 notes, as does Nationwide's cash point in New Bridge Street.
POLICE are hunting two men who robbed an elderly couple near a cash point in Wednesbury.
I was in so much pain with my arthritis and anxious to get home to take my painkillers I stupidly left my card in the cash point.