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How to withdraw cash from an ATM

To access cash from an ATM, you usually need to follow a few simple steps:
  • Insert your debit or credit card into the ATM.
  • Confirm your identity by entering your personal identification number (PIN).
  • Choose the account you want to withdraw funds from or indicate that you want to get a cash advance.
  • Select how much you want to withdraw.
  • Choose what type of bills you want, if this option is available. For example, you might choose to receive $100 as five $20 bills or two $50 bills.
  • Confirm that you’re willing to pay the fee, if necessary.
  • Press OK and remove your debit or credit card.
  • Remove your cash from the ATM and collect the receipt, if you chose to print it.

The majority of ATMs in Canada only allow you to withdraw Canadian dollars. That said, some machines do offer U.S. dollars. A few ATMs will allow you to withdraw other foreign currencies, but they’re usually situated in airports.

Keep in mind that most financial institutions set a daily withdrawal limit for their savings and chequing accounts, such as $1,000. However, you can call your bank and ask to have the limit increased if you’re planning to make a large withdrawal.

How to make a cash deposit at an ATM

Depositing money into an ATM is easy:
  • Insert your debit card into the ATM.
  • Enter your PIN to confirm your identity.
  • Select “deposit” and choose your account.
  • Enter the amount you’re depositing.
  • Choose “cash”, “cheques”, or “cash and cheques”, if your ATM allows these options.
  • Put your money into the designated slot if no envelope is required.
  • If an envelope is necessary, insert your cash and/or cheques, then seal the envelope before putting it into the machine.
  • Confirm your deposit.
  • Remove your debit card and collect your receipt, if you chose to print it.

Although you can withdraw cash at just about every ATM, you can usually only make deposits at a machine owned by your financial institution. Other ATMs will not accept your deposits. Most ATMs will only accept Canadian dollars and cheques, but some machines take U.S. dollars. If you need to deposit a USD cheque, you’ll likely have to visit your bank in person.

When depositing cash at an ATM, you’ll have access to that money right away. However, if you’re depositing a cheque, only a portion of the amount — up to $100 will be available immediately. Once your cheque clears in five to eight days, the rest of the funds will be available.