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Always observe your surroundings before conducting an ATM transaction.
Treat your ATM card like cash. Always keep your card in a safe place. It's a good idea to store your card in a card sleeve. The sleeve protects the card's magnetic strip and helps ensure that the card functions properly.
Keep your PIN number a secret. Your ATM card will only work with your Personal Identification Number or PIN. Memorize your PIN. Never write it on your card or store it with the card. Never tell your PIN to anyone. And never let someone else enter your code for you.
Take your ATM receipt with you. Do not leave it at or near the ATM.
Do not give out any information about your ATM card. No one needs to know your PIN. Not even your financial institution.
Report a lost or stolen card at once. Promptly report a lost or stolen card to reduce the chance that it will be used improperly.
Check your receipts against your monthly statement to guard against ATM fraud. You get a receipt every time you make an ATM transaction. Verify each transaction by checking the receipts against your monthly account statements.
Drive up ATM Security
Keep your engine running, the doors locked and the windows up at all times when waiting in line at a drive-up ATM.
When possible, leave enough room between cars to allow for a quick exit should it become necessary.
If an ATM is poorly lit, go to another ATM.
Before rolling down the window to use the ATM, observe the entire area around the ATM.
Have your card out before you approach the ATM.
If anyone follows you after making an ATM transaction, call the police.
Walk up ATM Security
Be observant of your surroundings.
Minimize time spent at the ATM.
Only use well lit ATMs.
Be cautious if strangers offer to help at an ATM. Do not allow anyone to distract you while at the ATM.