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An Automated Teller Machine (ATM) is a secured computerized machine that permits bank debit card holders to access their accounts, usually for purpose of withdrawing cash. You can know more about ATM providers from http://www.nusourcefinancial.com/services/.
ATM machines are very useful. You can take cash in anywhere with the help of this particular machine. It is mostly located outside banks. You can find ATM machines in retail locations everywhere. These machines includes a proper security system which includes a security guard and a CCTV camera.
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