Coins are usually metal or an alloy which makes them noisy and heavy when they are in a huge amount. You can always keep your coins in a piggy bank but what do you do when it is full?
A female netizen named Zhu Jinger shared a post on Facebook to deposit coins into the deposit machine of the bank and instantly received lots of support, shares and comments.
Lots of people don’t seem to know yet. Yes, major banks still have the service as early as a few years ago.
Such facilities are definitely going to be suitable and advantageous for many people, so you don’t have to spend time counting the coins or finding shops to change the coins.
So, with this coin deposit machine, you can easily put your coins into it and it will count the amount for you. On the other hand, the machine will also help you to identify fake coins.
Since Maybank is among Malaysians’ most used banks, we will use it as an example. Also, before you deposit your coins, make sure you have an existing account in the specific bank.
Here are the ways to use the Coin Deposit Machine:
▼Step 1 : Check the specific branch location of the Maybank coin deposit machine online.
▼ Step 2: Bring the coins you want to deposit to your preferred bank. If you’re afraid that the machine will make mistake in counting, you can count them beforehand.
▼ Step 3: Choose your preferred language.
▼ Step 4: Pour your coins into Slot and the machine will automatically count them for you.
▼ Step 5: Remember to take the receipt after all the coins are processed.
▼ Step 6: Now, you have to fill up the deposit slip.
▼ Step 7:. Present the receipt and deposit slip on the same day at the counter.
▼ Step 8: You can then go online and verify if your coins have been transferred to your account successfully.
Coin Deposit Machine is available at:
- KL Main Branch
- Seksyen 5, Wangsa Maju Branch
- Shah Alam Main Branch
- USJ Subang Jaya Branch
- Seremban Branch
- Jelapang Branch
- Melaka Main Branch
- Johor Bahru Main Branch
- Jelutong Branch
- Alor Star Branch
- Taman Tas Branch
- Kuala Terengganu Branch
- Kota Bharu Branch
- Wisma Satok Branch
- Kota Kinabalu Branch
- Rawang Branch
- Bandar Baru Selayang Branch
- Bandar Sunway Branch
- Equine Park Branch
- Station 18, Ipoh Branch
- Skudai Branch
- Batu Pahat Branch
- Prai Industrial Estate Branch
- Legenda Heights Branch
- Pulau Langkawi Branch
- Paka Branch
- Tanah Merah Branch
- Mutiara Damansara Branch
Info via: Zhu Jinger/FB