Nowadays, you can deposit cash at ATMs with a reasonable degree of confidence (which means no more banking hours).
ATM deposits usually work just fine, but there is more risk at the ATM than there is with a teller.
You may need to use your debit card and PIN to access your account before making a deposit.
Can you deposit cash at any ATM?
Not all ATMs accept deposits, and even deposit-enabled ATMs might not work with your account. Other banks: Typically, you cannot make deposits to another bank’s ATM. If you don’t have an account at a given bank, you can often make withdrawals (for an extra fee), but not make deposits.
Is it safe to put cash in an ATM?
The Safety of ATMs for Deposits
For the most part, yes, your deposits should show up without error. However, you should consider the consequences of an error. If you’re making a large deposit or if you’re in danger of bouncing checks, the ATM might not be your best choice.
How much cash can you deposit in an ATM?
For example, the Navy Federal Credit Union accepts up to $10,000 per card per day. Instead of limiting the dollar amount, some banks limit the number of bills you can deposit. For example, you can deposit up to 40 bills at Bank of America ATM machines, while Chase machines accept up to 50 bills or 30 checks.
How do you deposit cash?
The parts of a deposit slip
- Account number. This number ensures that the money is deposited in the correct account.
- Your information. Your name is pre-printed or written in.
- Date. You will write today’s date here.
- Cash. If depositing cash, you would write the amount here.
- Less cash received.