An automated teller machine (ATM), or automatic banking machine (ABM), or "cash machine", is a computerised telecommunications device that provides the clients of a financial institution with access to financial transactions in a public space without the need for a cashier, human clerk or bank teller.
Tagging scheme for amenity=atm
||Name of ATM.
||better use operator=*
||Name of the network the ATM is part of. Note that different banks can share the same ATM network.
||Servired, Red6000, Telebanco 4B, Link, CashGroup, Bankcard-Servicenetz, Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe, Allpoint, Bitcoin
||Name of bank or organisation operating the cash machine. May be different from network=*
||Is it necessary to pay to use it?
||no (never a charge) / some (some customers pay, some don't) / yes (always a fee; amount unknown or may vary)
||Specific of the ATM.
||1.75 GBP (fixed fee)
||Specify whether ATM can be used to deposit cash.
||Specify whether ATM can be used to withdraw cash.
||Specify whether ATM can be used to deposit cheque.
||Specify if atm is a drive thru atm.
||Identifier for a particular ATM; usually an alphanumeric code seen on transaction records
Note that ATMs located in or near bank branches may be tagged as amenity=bank with atm=yes. If the bank and the ATM have different opening hours, it might be worth to use amenity=atm instead.
- Is it rather a self checkout in a supermarket than an ATM or you can get the money from an employee at a checkout, in UK called debit card cashback? Please consider the tag Key:cash withdrawal.