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Withdrawing from the ATM habit

Though the automated devices revolutionized banking, Americans now have more options to access their cash

By Ross Kerber
Globe Staff / February 19, 2008

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Duncan Dewar did something unusual recently: He got cash from an automated teller machine. "I use the debit card whenever possible," the 31-year-old Winthrop resident said after a stop at a Citizens Bank ATM on Milk Street in Boston. Millions of other consumers are doing the same thing - last year the number of ATMs in the United States fell ... (Full article: 949 words)

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