National Bank’s new ABMs are here to make your life easier. Say goodbye to envelopes, deposit slips and depositing items one by one. Our ABMs are easier to use than ever and better for the environment too.
Insert the cash and cheques you want to deposit into the slot.
The ABM will automatically count your cash and the sum of the cheques you’ve deposited.
Confirm the deposit total or modify it if necessary, then finish the transaction. You can access the cash you’ve deposited immediately.
Confirm the payee’s name and the amount to be paid, or make changes if necessary.
The details of the transaction (the bill paid, the account debited and the total) are shown on screen and on your statement.
Find a National Bank ABM in Canada or the United States.
We’re introducing new and improved digital features tailored to your lifestyle.
It is no longer possible to pay certain remittances at an ABM. You can pay them by mail or at a branch.
However, you can still make the following payments by ABM:
More information about the changes
Envelopes are no longer required for deposits and bill payments
Our new ABMs are equipped with a scanner that can read cheques and bank notes. You can insert up to 50 items at a time directly into the ABM, so envelopes are no longer needed. It’s easier and better for the environment too!
The new ABMs do not include passbook printers!
Information on depositing cash
Depositing U.S. dollars
U.S. dollar deposits must be made at the counter at a branch.
Hold funds policy
Because the ABM can identify the items you’re depositing, there will be no hold on funds when you deposit cash. If you deposit a cheque, a hold funds may still be placed on an amount depending on your withdrawal rating.
The touch screen includes a mirror, so that you can see what’s going on behind you while you use the ABM. In addition, the screen is covered with a plastic privacy film that makes it difficult for people nearby to see the information displayed. You will be able to carry out your transactions securely and with peace of mind.