What is an atm?
ATM stands for Automated Teller Machine. It’s a specialized computer that makes it convenient to manage your money. For example, almost all ATMs allow you to withdraw money, and many allow you to make deposits. At some ATMs, you can print a statement (a record of your account activity or transactions); check your account balances (the amount of money in your accounts right now); transfer money between your accounts; and even purchase stamps. You can usually access the most services at an ATM that’s operated by your own bank.
THE PARTS OF AN ATM
Getting to know the different parts of an ATM is important. It will help you understand where different features are and how they can help you manage your money without having to go into a bank.
atm security tips
Because most ATMs give out cash and many accept deposits, it makes sense to be alert and aware of your surroundings whenever you use an ATM. Here are some personal safety tips when using an ATM: