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    Default I forgot the firstchoice card on the atm!


    • I am crazy, all the savings I have are there... the choice bank had frozen the funds, and I had only $4500 for use, I have 10K more I can't use. So I need the money for live!

      I forgot it, and after some steps I came back for it, no one was there, I am sure, the atm holds the card after some seconds if you don't take it off.

      Someone had the same problem? what can I do?


      Help please!! I'm deperated





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    Default Re: I forgot the firstchoice card on the atm!

    You mean you forgot to take the card? I think if its not taken within a minute the ATM you went to will take it back in. So you might wanna check with them, see if they have it. If they don't, somebody took it.

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    Default Re: I forgot the firstchoice card on the atm!

    Was it a bank? If so be there as soon as they open for business Monday morning and let them know. If you're lucky it got pulled into the machine and they will be holding it there for you. Bring identification.

    More info in this article:
    https://cleverdude.com/content/happe...ebit-card-atm/



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    Default Re: I forgot the firstchoice card on the atm!

    I am scared to death of ATMs where you have to slide your card, and it pulls it all the way into the slot!

    Some months ago, I was trying to withdraw an MFC payment, and the ATM actually “timed out” on me...DIDN’T dispense the money to me...and debited the transaction to my account as if it DID give me the money! I had to go through this whole thing of filing a dispute to get my money recovered to me.

    I have not used that particular ATM ever since.


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    Default Re: I forgot the firstchoice card on the atm!

    Quote Originally Posted by TheBrownFox View Post
    I am scared to death of ATMs where you have to slide your card, and it pulls it all the way into the slot!

    Some months ago, I was trying to withdraw an MFC payment, and the ATM actually “timed out” on me...DIDN’T dispense the money to me...and debited the transaction to my account as if it DID give me the money! I had to go through this whole thing of filing a dispute to get my money recovered to me.

    I have not used that particular ATM ever since.
    This happened to me too! I wanted a piece of wire to jam in & get my card back! My current bank Chase does not do that & I actually factored that in to my choice
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