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Limits have been placed on cashpoint withdrawals. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And neither had used their cashpoint cards. The Sun (2012)This is treating motorists like cashpoint machines. The Sun (2015)If you use a cashpoint and then eat, a problem might occur. The Sun (2014)And he clearly can't wait for the cheque as he made a rather large withdrawal at the cashpoint while being flanked by security guards. The Sun (2016)England's training bases don't tend to be near a cashpoint. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The scans are used widely in Japan at cashpoint machines but appeared only recently in the West. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He belonged to a gang that cloned 2,000 cashpoint cards and was poised to net 1 million. The Sun (2009)Others involved in the conspiracy then withdrew the money from cashpoint machines, Southwark crown court was told. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Stick it in a safe, sit a bloke next to the safe, fill up the cashpoint machine as and when. The Sun (2009)
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