Credit card giant Chase announced earlier this week its customers may now get cash through their phone’s mobile wallet at nearly all of its 16,000 ATMs nationwide and access to all ATM vestibules outside of the branch.
According to Chase, customers no longer need a physical credit card or access code for authentication and can simply tap their smartphone on the ATM to easily and securely access money while on the go. While sharing more details about the new cardless feature, Sol Gindi, Chief Administrative Officer of Consumer Banking at Chase stated:
“As more of our customers are using digital wallets to pay, we’re pleased to be able to provide them with the same experience at the ATM.”
Here’s how to use the cardless feature:
- Access mobile wallet on phone and select virtual Chase Debit Card
- Look for the cordless symbol on the ATM and tap it with your phone
- Enter PIN just like a usual debit card transaction
The bank also reported that in addition to taking out cash, customers can now pay millions of merchants with Chase Pay, deposit checks through Chase QuickDeposit℠, or pay friends and family through Chase QuickPay with Zelle. Chase went on to add that cardless ATM access is available to all customers with a Chase debit or Liquid card that can be easily uploaded to their phone’s mobile wallet through the Chase Mobile app.