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Wednesday, November 9, 2016

How to Take money out of ATM when the cash in not dispensed.

How to take money out of ATM when the cash is not dispensed!!!

Your 500 Rupees and 1000 Rupees denomination currency notes will be worthless paper after midnight tonight. If your head is still spinning from the momentous announcement of the Govt to demonetise currency currency notes of higher denominations, here’s a simple guide of what to do and what not to do:
#The 500 Rupees and 1000 Rupees currency notes can be deposited at banks or post offices between November 10 and December 30.
#Some limits have been placed on withdrawals from ATMs and banks in the very short run.
#currency notes of denomination 500 Rupees and 1000 Rupees will be accepted at the following places for next 72 hours:
- Govtbuses
- Petrol, diesel and gas stations of PSU companies like Indian Oil & Hindustan Petroleum
- Govt authorised consumer cooperative stores and milk booths
- Crematoria and burial grounds
- Govt hospitals and pharmacies
- Railway and airline ticket booking counters
#No restrictions on non cash payment by cheque, demand draft, debit/credit cards or electronic fund transfers



HOW TO TAKE THE CASH OUT?
So in this case, you can use the quick Cash/ Fast Cash options from the ATM.
Few ATM machines, though will not be dispensing cash in normal fashion can help you in quick cash options.

The terminology differs from ATMs to ATMs and it be called Fast Cash / Quick Cash options.

In this case of the great economical dropback, the mail problem would be most of the banks offers fast cash/ Quick Cash / Favorites only in multiples of 1000s and 500s .

And the good news is, if the ATM machine is having only 100 Rs notes, then quick cash will come in handy in this crunchy situation..
//doomisapproaching for one day!!!


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