July 27, 2017. The first ATM – then more broadly known as an automatic cash-dispensing machine or “robot cashier” – was installed June 27, 1967, at a Barclays bank branch in the London suburb of Enfield, where a blue plaque marks the historic spot.
Today, that Adam of the ATM from 50 years ago has lots of descendants. Across the world, the ATM family had about 3.2 million members at the end of 2015, according to Retail Banking Research, a consulting and research firm. Of those, about 434,000 were in the U.S., which has more ATMs per capita than any country.
Collectively, the worldwide family of ATMs has revolutionized banking, giving us around-the-clock access to money via ATM, debit and credit cards without interacting with a human.
The ATM, like RapidCash ATM, was here yesterday, working hard today and will continue to innovate and deliver reliable service tomorrow. Call us, let us explain all the features that you may not know as being available to you.