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DEFINITION WHAT AN ATM CARD IS : WHAT AN ATM CARD IS ATM card : ATM card It is a card issued by a bank , credit union or building society that can be used at an ATM for deposits , withdrawals , account information or other kind of transactions , often through interbank networks. It is also known as bank card , client card , key card or cash card HISTORY : The idea of self-service in retail banking leads to the development of an ATM machine The simultaneous efforts in Japan , Sweden , U.k.been credited in developing the first cash dispenser machine The first ATM called Bankograph was installed in Barkleys bank in north London U.K.on 27th june 1967 HISTORY FIRST ATM MACHINE : FIRST ATM MACHINE Where do ATMs are placed : Where do ATMs are placed ATMs are not only placed in banks but also in the airports , grocery shops petrol stations , restaurants Or any place where large number of people gather There are two types of locations for the ATMs locations of ATMS : 1)ON PREMISIS->machines that accomplishes the actual bank branch and are more advanced and multi functioning and having a large capability of storing data and are very costly 2)OFF PREMISIS->machines that are developed by financial institutions where there is usually a straight need of cash and are cheaper and mono functioning locations of ATMS FINANCIAL NETWORK : FINANCIAL NETWORK Most of the ATMs are connected through inter bank , enabling people to withdraw or deposit money to the machine not belonging to the bank where they have their account.The ATMs are directly connected to the host via ADSL over a telephone line or leased line if they are not the users then the permission for withdrawal or deposition is not given as shown : Most of the ATMs are connected through inter bank , enabling people to withdraw or deposit money to the machine not belonging to the bank where they have their account.The ATMs are directly connected to the host via ADSL over a telephone line or leased line if they are not the users then the permission for withdrawal or deposition is not given as shown AN ATM INTERFACE WITH USER AND BANK : AN ATM INTERFACE WITH USER AND BANK LINE LAYOUT OF AN ATM MACHINE : LINE LAYOUT OF AN ATM MACHINE An ATM is made up of following devices : CPU (to control the user interface and transaction devices) Magnetic card reader (to identify the customer) DISPLAY (used by user for transactions) FUNCTION KEY OR TOUCH SCREEN (used to select various aspects of transaction) RECORD PRINTER (to provide user the record of their transactions) VAULT (to store the parts of machine requiring restricted transaction) HOUSING (for aesthetics and to assign signage) An ATM is made up of following devices HOW WE CAN INTERACT WITH AN ATM MACHINE : HOW WE CAN INTERACT WITH AN ATM MACHINE security : 1)No. Of attacks on atm resulted ,with thieves attempting to steal the whole atm 2)seal all the opening of atm with silicon 3)enter secret code for hacking 4)thieves harm a particular person when no one is around security Customer identity integrity : Customer identity integrity To verify card holders identities have been tested and deployed in some countries, such as finger and palm vein patterns , iris , and facial recognition technologies must be included for safety GLOBAL USE OF ATM : Today ATMs are been used globally The number of ATMs using currently are about 1.8 million Globally they are divided into seven regions ATMS are fastly using in CANADA , USA , EUROPE, JAPAN But yet to reach high number in the near east or africa GLOBAL USE OF ATM advantages : advantages 1)U have access to the cashin your bank account whenever u needed 2)For instance, u are in stores that doesnot take checks and credit cards but it has an atm you can withdraw the money for your purpose. 3)You can travel anywhere without cash 4)If you have ever faced a need of money,then you can probaply access on atm machine Alternative uses : Deposit currency recognition,acceptence,and recycling Paying routine bills,fees,and taxes Loading monetary value into stored value cards Purchasing(postage stamps,lottery tickets,train tickets, movie tickets, shopping mall gift certificates) Donating to charity Adding prepaid cell phones credit Alternative uses THANK YOU : THANK YOU You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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