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bank machine

n.
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Three suspects - one man and two women - are believed to have watched the woman entering her PIN number at the bank machine and later took her bank card.
Tim Halford of Cardtronics, operator of Cashzone and Bank Machine ATMs, said: "These changes mean many free ATMs may have to introduce a surcharge fee.
A HOLE-IN-THE-WALL gang raced off with nearly PS50,000 after blasting open a supermarket bank machine.
David Ramsden, Chief Executive of BBC Children in Need, said: "We are so pleased that Bank Machine are providing another way of helping us to raise money that will make a difference to young lives right across the UK.
The Government-inspired initiative is spearheaded by independent ATM operator Bank Machine.
Bank Machine ATMs across Wales will offer users the option of donating directly to the cause when they use them.
I AM thrilled that Bank Machine Ltd have installed the first free-to-use cash machine in Anfield, where most of the cash machines charge for withdrawals.
The attacker forced the man to go with him to a bank machine on Dunlo Street, where he tried to force the victim to withdraw cash.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) cash machines and those owned by independent operator Bank Machine will be the first to put the scheme into action, with more set to follow.
Ron Delnevo, director of hole-in-the-wall operator Bank Machine, which ran the poll, said: "It is clear the public want new faces on the cash they use.
The now famous [pounds sterling]5-only cash points launched nationwide last year reached a milestone in February as Bank Machine, the cash machine operator and a division of Cardtronics, announced it has used the machines to add one million fivers into circulation since the start of the year.
Cash point operator Bank Machine has installed what is thought to be Teesside's first "fivers-only" ATM in Stockton.