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Be careful when using an ATM, especially when getting cash. Follow these precautions:
Always watch for suspicious persons or suspicious activity around an ATM.
If you notice anything strange, leave and return another time.
Even if you have already started a transaction, cancel it and leave.
Don't use an access code that's the same as other word's or numbers in your wallet.
If the lights around the ATM aren't working, don't use it.
If you get cash, put it away immediately. Do not stand at the ATM and count it.
If you lose your ATM card, notify your bank or credit union immediately.
If you use a drive-up ATM, your vehicle's other doors should be locked with your windows up.
Memorize your access code. Do not write it down or carry it with you.
Never accept offers of assistance with the ATM from strangers. Ask the bank for help.
Never lend your ATM card to anyone. Treat it like cash or a credit card.
Never tell your access code to anyone, including bank employees, the police, etc.
Park close to the ATM in a well-lighted area and lock your car.
Take a companion along.
Take all of your transaction receipts with you. Do not throw them away near the ATM.
Use your body as a shield while you enter your access code, so no one can see you type it.
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