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March 22, 2013

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cj

Beats getting shot four doors down the street. I still feel sorry for that bank manager who had her whole life in front of her.

Greg

Agreed.

pat giorni

they are convenient, I know....but I haven't used an atm in years for 2 reasons...1) it's all too easy to get skimmed, scammed or robbed at the unsecured outdoor atm machines in California--other states have them inside foyers so that you can only access with a card and enter only if you feel it safe to do so.
2) my time is not so valuable that I cannot wait to get a cash withdrawl from a human teller inside a bank. If he informs me that an atm is located outside for my convenience, I remind him that I am safeguarding his employment by giving him a task.

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