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The ATM Just Ate Your Deposit. Now What?

The United States is filled with ATMs. According to Statistic Brain, there were 425,000 of these machines in the country as of March 29, 2017. Statistic Brain also reported that the average ATM in the United States saw 800 transactions every month. With all of these machines and all of these...
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