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By Ashleigh, K-Staff
ATMs are convenient—but that convenience also makes them an attractive target for thieves. Following a few simple guidelines can help keep you, your information, and your money safe.
There are physical safeguards you can follow while using an ATM that will also help protect your money as well as your safety.
If anyone approaches you at an ATM asking you to withdraw money for them, say no and leave the area immediately. Do not do favors involving an ATM (read why here).
ATMs are an easy target for thieves, whether they’re after a quick cash grab or your identity. Your safety is paramount. If you’re uneasy at any point, leave the area. Withdrawing money at a branch or as part of a cash-back transaction at a store are also alternative options.
But with good habits and awareness, ATMs can offer the convenience and ease of access you need. That’s why we’re proud to be part of the CU Anytime/ CO-OP Network, with more than 30,000 nationwide ATMs—fee-free!