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You soon won’t need a card to withdraw cash at this shady bank’s ATMs

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Plastic is soooo yesterday. 

Wells Fargo, being the hippest bank to allegedly open more than 2 million fraudulent accounts in its customers’ names, knows this. 

And so, as of March 27, the San Francisco-based company is giving its account holders a way to access their money at 13,000 Wells Fargo ATMs across the U.S. without the use of a physical ATM card.

As long as they have a smartphone, that is. 

Reuters reports that instead of the old fashioned insert-a-card-into-the-machine routine, customers can use the Wells Fargo app to generate an eight-digit code. That code, plus a customer’s PIN number, will allow the withdraw of cash.  Read more…

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