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Do all ATM machines have cameras in them?

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While most bank-owned ATM machines have cameras, there are some that are privately owned that do not have cameras installed. Bank ATM machines are located inside of banks, while privately owned ATM machines are located throughout a town.

Cameras are not guaranteed to make going to an ATM safer for people in the day versus than for customers withdrawing money at night. Some banks have 24-hour guards, while others depend on cameras to keep criminals from stealing bank information. Always use an ATM machine in an area with plenty of light and bring someone along with you when going to withdraw money.


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