DayMet is a member of the Alliance One ATM network. You can use any of the 5,000 convenient Alliance One ATMs in 41 states and territories to access your accounts without being charged a foreign ATM fee. ATMs are also available at our branches.
ATM Safety Tips
- Never share your Personal Identification Number (PIN) or give it out over the telephone, even if the caller identifies himself as your financial representative or a police officer.
- Commit your PIN to memory. Do not write it on your card or keep your card and any written record of your PIN in the same location.
- As you approach an ATM, be aware of your surroundings. If you notice anything out of the ordinary, visit the ATM later or visit another Alliance One ATM location. Help your financial institution make your use of the ATM safer by reporting any unusual occurrences or discrepancies to them as soon as possible.
- Wait until you leave the vicinity of the ATM to count your money.
- Immediately report a lost or stolen card to your financial institution.
Walk-up ATM Safety Tips
- Have your card ready and in hand, along with other transaction materials, before you approach an ATM.
- As a matter of courtesy, wait until previous cardholders have finished with their transactions before approaching the ATM. Allow an adequate amount of distance between you and the others using the ATM.
- Stand close to the ATM when entering your PIN. Do not allow anyone to watch.
Drive-up ATM Safety Tips
- Pull up close to the ATM.
- Remain in your car while conducting your ATM transaction. For added security, keep car doors locked and windows rolled up before and after making your transaction.
- Keep your car running while operating the ATM.
Tips provided by the Credit Union National Association and Alliance One.
Beware of ATM “Skimming”
Take a close look at any ATM machine before using it. Does it look like there might be a false panel or an extra light bar attached to the machine? If something looks or feels amiss, walk away and contact the financial institution responsible for the ATM. You might save yourself from perpetuating a consumer fraud called ATM skimming. That’s when thieves attach devices onto ATM machines in order to copy a credit- or debit-card number, the information on the magnetic strip and even your personal identification number.