The First Drive-Up ATM Installed in Belarus

Published: 11 May 2016 y., Wednesday

ASB Belarusbank has installed an ATM right in one of the Minsk-based gas stations, offering drivers to withdraw cash or make other transactions without stepping out of their cars.

According to ASB Belarusbank press service, this ATM is just an example of a brand new and unique format of banking services. The outdoor drive-up system enables bank customers to handle their banking business speedily from the comfort of their cars even in extreme weather conditions.

The Wincor Nixdorf CINEO C2590 Island Drive-Up ATM display swivel to the perfect viewing angle, and a graphical user interface and its easy accessibility when operated from a vehicle guarantee maximum customer satisfaction and user friendliness.  With this ATM customers can also pay for various services, transfer the money to another card, or get a balance statement.

BS/2, which is a Wincor Nixdorf distributor in Belarus, carries out its activities through IBA, a local partner.

Šaltinis: belarusbank.by
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