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My ATM card isn't working. So in this case, what should I do?

Actually, my ATM isn't working last five-six days. Because of which I'm trouble. So in this case, what should I do?

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    If your ATM card isn't working. So first of all, you can call customer service of your Bank. After that, you can ask to customer care that why isn't working your ATM card. Then they'll fix the problem of your ATM card. If again your ATM card isn't working. So finally, you can change it.

    2019.08.01 18:0

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