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ATM offering

ATM offering  n.— «UAL registered earlier this month to sell as much as $200 million through a dribble. “We believe this program provides more flexibility” than a traditional follow-on, said United spokeswoman Jean Medina. The...

disloyalty fee

disloyalty fee n. money charged by a bank to a client for using an automated teller machine that does not belong to the bank’s network. Editorial Note: Originally a British term, disloyalty fee now also appears in Australia,  New Zealand, and...

hole in the wall

hole in the wall  n.— «Mr Hopwood likens the machines to the banks’ automatic teller machines. “Who would want to go back to the days of having to queue in the bank during the limited hours they are open, when you can get cash...

Lebanese loop

Lebanese loop n. a device that illicitly traps banking cards inserted into an automated teller machine or cashpoint. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)


caging n. the processing of responses to a fund-raising or marketing campaign, especially when concerning money. Etymological Note: Perhaps related to a teller’s cage. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)