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Good news: now money will be withdrawn from ATM without touching it, know easy process

New Delhi. After the Corona epidemic, some banks offered contactless cash withdrawals from ATMs. But this facility was not completely contactless. However, MasterCard has now partnered with AGS Transact Technologies to offer completely contactless cash withdrawals. ATM card holders will now be able to withdraw money without touching the screen and buttons of the ATM. All they have to do is scan a QR code on the screen.


Today, the country’s largest public sector bank, State Bank of India (SBI) or Bank of Baroda (BOB), private sector ICICI Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank are also providing touch equipped ATM facilities to their Custer.

Now you can withdraw money from some selected ATM machines without a debit card.

State Bank of IndiaKorona State Bank of India, the largest bank in the country, is providing touch less payment facilities. For this facility, first of all, you have to download YONO app of SBI.

ICICI Bank

ICICI, the leading private sector bank in the country, is also providing special facilities for touchless payment. For this, the bank is providing this facility on its iMobile app. For this, you have to login iMobile.


Withdraw money like this without touching ATM

For this, first open the mobile application of the bank on the smartphone and click on the option of QR Cash Withdrawal.

After that, put the amount of money you have to withdraw on the phone.

After this scan the QR code shown on the ATM screen.

Now click on the Proceed button and confirm.

Now enter your 4 digit PIN number.

You will get cash from ATM.

Parvesh Maurya
Parvesh Maurya
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