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In case of armed robbery at the ATM, here is something you may really need.   
                                                                           
    WHEN A THIEF FORCES YOU TO TAKE MONEY FROM THE ATM, DO NOT ARGUE OR   
        RESIST, YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW WHAT HE OR SHE MIGHT DO TO YOU.       
                                                                           
WHAT YOU SHOULD DO IS TO PUNCH YOUR PIN IN THE REVERSE, I.E IF YOUR PIN IS
                          1254, YOU PUNCH 4521.                           
                                                                           
  THE MOMENT YOU PUNCH IN THE REVERSE, THE MONEY WILL COME OUT BUT WILL BE 
  STUCK INTO THE  MACHINE HALF WAY OUT AND IT  WILL ALERT POLICE WITHOUT 
                          THE NOTICE OF THE THIEF.                         
                                                                           
    EVERY ATM HAS IT, IT IS SPECIALLY MADE TO SIGNIFY DANGER AND HELP.   
                                                                           
                      NOT EVERYONE IS AWARE OF  THIS.                     
                                                                           
          FORWARD THIS TO ALL YOUR FRIENDS AND THOSE YOU CARE FOR.
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