You could soon be using your smartphone to get cash from the ATM

Imagine withdrawing cash from the ATM without ever touching the machine?

Customers at U.K. bank Barclays will soon be able to do just that using contactless mobile technology.

After downloading the Barclays app, users will type in the amount they want and their banking pin,

a 30-second countdown then starts.

When you get to the ATM, all you have to do is tap your phone or card on the machine and grab your cash.

U.K. customers can expect to begin using this service in the new year and if it’s successful, it just might come to the U.S.

Source: https://www.cnet.com/news/withdraw-cash-before-you-even-get-to-the-atm-contactless-cardless-cash-machine-barclays/

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