Chase customers can now get cash through the mobile wallet on their smartphone at nearly all of the bank’s 16,000 ATMs nationwide. The wallet can also be used for access to ATM vestibules.
Customers using the cardless system no longer need a physical debit card or an access code for authentication. They simply tap their smartphone on the ATM to access money on the go, according to a press release.
Cardless ATM access is available to all customers with a Chase debit or Liquid card uploaded to their phone’s mobile wallet through the Chase Mobile app.
“Cardless no longer means cashless,” said Sol Gindi, chief administrative officer of consumer banking at Chase. “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.”
Wells Fargo was the first major U.S. bank to roll out cardless ATM access nationwide. The bank completed its implementation of cardless access in March 2017.