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DFCC Vardhana Bank, Sampath Bank jointly offer comprehensive ATM facility

DFCC Vardhana Bank (DVB) and Sampath Bank are jointly offering extensively enhanced ATM network facilities with wider location coverage in the island for their customer base.

The combined set up of the DVB-Sampath ATM network comprises of over 212 ATM points spread across the island, providing customers of both banks to access their accounts with more ease.

This service is now available 24 hours, 365 days and is a real time, on-line banking facility that enhances customer convenience at a higher level, according to a press release from DFCC Vardhana Bank.

The above integration of ATM networks of DVB and Sampath which allows 212 ATM’s for the DVB ATM card holders for cash withdrawals is the first phase of DFCC Vardhana’s ATM integration project. The second step would be to obtain connectivity to the visa ATM network which provides DVB customers the accessibility to the world wide visa ATM network which comprises of over 2 million ATM’s in the near future, it said.

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