1. Be alert.
As you approach the ATM, look around for other people. If it is night time, pick an ATM in a well-lit location. If using a drive-up ATM, pull up close to it so no one can see you enter your PIN (Personal Identification Number). If you are uncomfortable with the area or the people around the machine, find a different machine or use the machine some other time.
2. Take an envelope and prepare any deposits you will make ahead of time.
Fill out a deposit slip, if your bank requires one, and include it in the envelope. Write the amounts of money you are depositing in the space provided.
3. Insert your ATM Card into the machine.
4. Select a language.
Note that this option often only comes up where your card is registered as being from another country, unless you live in a country or region with languages other than English are in major use.
5. Enter your PIN (Personal Identification Number), then press Enter.
you enter correct pin.
6. Select a transaction.
7. Deposit money.
Enter the amount you will deposit. Confirm the amount.
8. Withdraw money.
If you want to withdraw (take out) money, select or enter the amount to withdraw.
Most machines dispense money in fixed amounts. You may be given a choice between common amounts or you may be asked to enter a number that is a multiple of 20 (20, 40, 60, 80, etc.).
Take the cash when the door opens. Put it directly into your wallet.
9. Choose whether to do an additional transaction.
Select Yes or No
10. Choose whether you want a receipt, select Yes or No.
Take the receipt if you requested it.
11. Wait while the system processes your transaction(s).
When the machine beeps at you, take your card, cash, and receipt (if applicable). Always make sure that you have both your cash and your card.
12. Use the receipt to record the transaction in your check register or passbook.