Q:

How do you withdraw money without using an ATM card?

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Use a withdrawal slip to take money from your bank account if you do not have your ATM card with you. The withdrawal slip requires you to enter specific information about your account. Once you deliver a completed slip to a bank teller, she can give you the requested amount.

  1. Ask for a withdrawal slip

    Obtain a withdrawal slip by either taking one from the counter inside your selected bank, or by asking a teller to send you one if you are waiting in your vehicle in the drive-through area.

  2. Fill out the proper spaces on the slip

    Complete the withdrawal slip by supplying the proper information in the spaces provided. This includes writing the date, filling in your checking account number, printing your name, signing your name and detailing how much money you want to withdraw.

  3. Deliver the withdrawal slip

    Hand the withdrawal slip to a teller, or send the slip to a teller in the provided equipment if you are in the drive-through lane. As long as you have sufficient funds in your account, the teller enters the proper information into the system, and provides you with the amount of money you have requested. She also gives you a receipt for the transaction.

Sources:

  1. gcflearnfree.org

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