Chase announced on Wednesday that it has expanded its cardless transaction feature to "nearly all" of its ATMs across the US. At 15,000 of the bank’s 16,000 machines, customers can retrieve cash without a physical debit card.
To take out cash, Chase customers can simply tap their smartphone with a Chase debit or Liquid card linked to a mobile wallet (such as Apple Pay, Google Pay, or Samsung Pay) against the “cardless” symbol on the ATM.
From there, customers enter their PIN code to access their account. Once access is granted, customers can access the same functionalities that are available when a physical card is used, including deposits, withdrawals, balance inquiries, and more.
“Cardless no longer means cashless,” said Sol Gindi, Chief Administrative Officer of Consumer Banking at Chase, in a statement. “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.”
Chase began rolling out the feature in 2016, and other major banks soon followed with similar capabilities. Last year, Wells Fargo revealed that Apple Pay cardless withdrawals were supported at over 5,000 of its ATMs. Bank of America has also been adding the feature to its ATMs.