You can now use your smartphone to withdraw cash at the ATM- Here’s how

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  • Cardless ATMs make it easier to take out cash when you’re on the go. Getty 
  • Imagine you’re finishing up a jog when you run into a pop-up farmers market in your 
  • neighborhood that has the freshest produce you’ve ever seen. It’s also cash-only, and since you were working out, all you have on you are your keys and your phone. Even worse, the market closes in 10 minutes, so going home to grab your debit card isn’t an option. 
  • But if you had a debit card saved on your smartphone’s mobile wallet, you wouldn’t need your physical debit card to take out money at Chase cardless ATMs. They were made for times like this, so you can make cash-only purchases while you’re on the go. 
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  • How cardless ATMs work
  • Many people may not even be aware that they can get cash from Chase ATMs nationwide without an actual card. It’s all thanks to NFC, the same wireless technology that lets you pay at certain registers by tapping your phone against a pay terminal. This saves you the trouble of having to rummage in your bag or pocket to find your wallet.
  • Look for this symbol at Chase cardless ATMs to take out cash using your mobile wallet. Chase
  • At Chase cardless ATMs, all you need to do is open your mobile wallet and tap your phone over the ATM’s NFC symbol, rather than inserting your card. Then you’ll be prompted to enter your PIN into the keypad to take out cash, exactly as if you had used your physical card.
  • NFC technology uses encryption when reading and sending sensitive information, like your card numbers, to keep your transaction secure. Other added security features, such as fingerprint access and passcodes, are already built in to your smartphone and mobile wallet, so you can take out cash with confidence.
  • Preparing your smartphone to use a cardless ATM
  • Chase has partnered with top mobile wallet apps from Apple, Google, and Samsung to make it convenient to use your phone to take cash out at the ATM. Before you can use your Chase debit or Liquid® card to take out cash, you’ll need to “provision” your cards, which means you store them on your smartphone’s mobile wallet app to make them available for use.
  • You can do this in one of two ways. To add your card directly to your smartphone’s mobile wallet, you simply open the wallet application and either scan your card or manually input your card numbers to store your information. You can also provision your card through the Chase Mobile® app, which will automatically add it to your phone’s mobile wallet. Once your card has been added to your mobile wallet, you’ll be able to use it the next time you’re at an ATM.
  • With Chase cardless ATMs, you won’t have to worry about passing up those fresh blueberries the next time you’re out on a run — even if you’ve left your wallet at home.
  • Learn more about Chase cardless ATMs.
  • This post is sponsored by Chase.
  • Cardless ATM access can be used for Chase consumer debit cards (excluding CPC Privileges card), business debit cards (excluding Business Associate cards) and Chase Liquid® cards added to Apple Pay®, Google Pay™, or Samsung Pay. Use at Chase ATMs where you see the Cardless symbol.
  • Apple, the Apple logo, Apple Pay, iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Touch ID are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
  • Google Pay and the Google Pay Logo are trademarks of Google Inc. Google Pay works on Android devices running Android Lollipop 5.0 or above.
  • Samsung and Samsung Pay are trademarks or registered trademarks of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. Use only in accordance with law. Screen images are simulated; actual appearance may vary. Samsung Pay is available on select Samsung devices.
  • The Contactless Symbol is a trademark owned by and used with permission of EMVCo, LLC.
  • Debit cards issued by JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. Member FDIC.

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