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Evolution of the ATM

2019-07-30

As the use of cash reduces the ATM is quickly evolving to meet our digital payment needs. Having an ATM to dispense cash to their patrons will rema

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Kangwon Land to limit credit card cash services

2017-08-27

Kangwon Land, the only casino in South Korea that allows local gamblers, says it is discontinuing credit card cash services at the property starting S

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UnionPay card withdrawals surge in Hong Kong

2017-08-20

Hong Kong’s ATMs have been reportedly hit with a surge of withdrawals from customers using China UnionPay bank cards, according to a report from Sou

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Differing views on ATM KYC measures

2017-07-05

There has been conflicting views of whether the new verification requirements placed at ATMs for holders of Chinese-issued Unionpay cards will have an

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No need to panic over Macau policy risks: Bernstein

2017-05-22

While recent headlines are a reminder of Macau’s susceptibility to policy risks, the impact is minimal over the long term, said Bernstein in a Tuesd

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New ATM rules could affect spending: Leong

2017-05-10

The introduction of new KYC measures in ATMs in Macau might have some effect on visitor behaviour, especially regarding spending in entertainment reso

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New ATM measures won’t have impact: SJM boss

2017-05-08

SJM chief Dr. Ambrose So isn’t convinced that the new ATM withdrawal regulations will have an impact on the gaming sector, local media reports. Last

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New ATM measures will take time: Bernstein

2017-05-07

The Macau government is planning to implement new security features at ATMs near casinos in the latest measure to clamp down on illegal cash flows out

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UnionPay ATM withdrawal limit slashed in half

2016-12-08

Macau is preparing to cut the amount of cash China UnionPay card holders can withdraw from ATM machines, in a move from China to curb capital flight.

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Australian online punters could top up at convenience stores

2016-03-01

Sports bettors may have a way to ‘top up’ their gambling accounts at local Australian convenience stores and supermarkets following talks between

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