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cash·point

 (kăsh′point′)
n. Chiefly British
An ATM.

cashpoint

(ˈkæʃˌpɔɪnt)
n
(Banking & Finance) a cash dispenser
Translations
BancomatBankautomatBankomatGeldausgabeautomatGeldautomat

cashpoint

[ˈkæʃˌpɔɪnt] N (Brit) → cajero m automático
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FREE-TO-USE cashpoints are vanishing at a rate of more than 250 per month.
CROOKS are targeting bank customers directly at cashpoints after banks clamped down against online malware attacks.
Cashpoints are under threat because LINK - which runs the UK's largest cash machine network - has cut the amount that banks pay operators for withdrawals, making some machines no longer financially viable to run.
Link is planning a shake-up that will cut the number of cashpoints in areas where bosses believe there are too many.
Campaigners are calling for an urgent review of the potential impact on customers if some free-touse cashpoints are axed.
Hundreds of free to use cashpoints are at risk of removal due to plans announced by the UK's largest cashpoint network LINK.
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Halifax at Wrightson House and Yorkshire Bank at York House - Thornaby: One scam artist targeted two Thornaby cashpoints in one day by inserting a device to prize open the cash flap, breaking the machines in the process.
A CROOK who plundered the bank accounts of customers after targeting more than 40 cashpoints in a card-cloning scam has been jailed for two years.
THE public does not realise how many inventions, ranging from the TV to cashpoints, were British-made and that could damage future innovations, according to a new report.