Colombia, Las Tunas.-In recent days, customers who regularly use ATMs in the municipality of Colombia have pointed out that in some cases there is little or no cash available.
Reynier Viñales Castellanos, director of the Banco de Créditos y Comercio in the region, explained that the ATMs in the region are in perfect technical condition and that the only problem is the low availability of cash, not only in Colombia but throughout the country.
ATMs provide services not only to residents of Colombia, but also in southern Las Tunas province, say the municipalities of Amancio and Jobabo, and Guáimaro in Camagüey province.
“We allow either mornings or midday, depending on the availability of the money we have in the bank.” If the ATMs don’t have cash, customers with magnetic cards can withdraw their cash at the branch,” emphasized Viñales Castellanos.
He also specified that bankarization is aimed at individuals and legal entities using electronic payment channels to reduce cash in circulation.
The population has several options for doing this, especially in Colombia there are two ATMs with excellent technical condition, although sometimes there is little availability of money. The question is whether things should get better in the coming weeks.