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ATMs were created in the 1960s to make banking easier The Automatic Teller Machine was made for people who often didnt get to the bank before it closed The ATM gave people access to their money without needing a tellerBeep Beep click click click grrrr and all of a sudden money pops out How did your mom just do that That machine is called an atm The ATM The Automatic Teller Machine was originally created to replace those creepy guys that sit at the front desk at a bank The ATM was first created by Luther George Simijan -his version did not exceed But when a man named John Sheppard-Barron created one in 1967 the ATM became very popularBecause the ATM became very popular in the 1960s a lot of people were beginning to try to improve on the original Many failed attempts began to arise but there were also many attempts that suceeded Japan Sweden and Britain became interested in the ATM idea and also made improvementsDon Wetzel one of the men who succeeded in his design made the first ATM that could accept and dispense money to people the Docuteller This machine was also the first to use the credit card and a 4 digit pin Not only did the ATMs become popular but credit cards have now become very popular and now a lot more people have credit cards giving people even more access to their money Don Wetzel made it easier for people to carry their money Instead of carrying a wad of money people began to carry around cardsAfter all improvements to the ATM it began to become increasingly popular There are more than 18 million ATMs around the world Because ATMs are all over the world now the ATMs are becoming more and more advanced In Japan they are planning on making a hand scan Atm that insures that money is not stolen The ATM is able to be
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