Is it true that ATM machines.....

automatically inform police that an emergency is in progress when you punch in the reverse sequence of your PIN number?

That would prove problematic for people with palindromic pins.

No, it’s not true.

Not true.

But it is true that the ATM machine… IS YOUR FATHER!

As far as I know, this is not true for any Automatic Teller Machine machines.

Except the ones at the La Brea Tar Pits.

I propose an experiment.

Only works on Penn and Teller’s ATM.

Is Teller automatic?

He ain’t telling, so it’s a mute point.

Yeah. It’s like a cow’s opinion. It just doesn’t matter…

Strangely, “ATM machine” is correct. One of the first popular ATM machines was the “Any Time Money” Machine.

Other banks started just called them “ATM” for “Automated Teller Machine”, which may have been the a term used before, but “Any Time Money” Machine was the first popular device.

Early names were also De La Rue Automatic Cash System or DACS, Bankomat, CIT (Cash Issuing Terminal) , Cashpoint, and so forth.

So, by and large, altho now “ATM” means “Automated Teller Machine” thus “ATM Machine” is a redundancy, it was not always so.

But what happens if you enter your Personal Identification Number Number sideways?

Not true. But it would be nifty if banks issued you an extra pin that did such a thing.

The one at my bank was the Instant Teller.

I always say “PIN number.” I never say “ATM machine.”

That’s a moo-ed point.

i always say PIN number numerical access code number for the ATM machine robotic money dispensing device.

Is the APC center protected by a UPS power supply? What is its UPC code?