The Central bank additionally expressed it has been concluded that the banks/White Label ATM Operators (WLAOs) will fortify their frameworks/systems to screen accessibility of money in ATMs and guarantee convenient renewal to prevent from cash-outs. Any disobedience in such manner will be seen seriously and will draw in monetary punishment.
While dispatching the 'Scheme of Penalty for non-renewal of ATMs', the central bank said that a punishment of Rs 10,000 for every ATM will be required in case of a money out circumstance for over 10 hours in a month. "On account of white mark ATMs, the penalty would be charged to the bank which is meeting the money prerequisite of that specific white label ATM. The bank, may, at its preference, recuperate the penalty from the white label ATM administrator", RBI said.
The RBI further said that banks will present a framework created proclamation on downtime of ATMs because of non-renewal of money to the 'Issue Department' of RBI under whose commands these ATMs are placed. "The Scheme of Penalty for non-recharging of ATMs has been defined to guarantee that adequate money is accessible to the general population through ATMs," the RBI said in a circular.
The Reserve Bank of India has an order to give banknotes and the banks are satisfying this command by administering banknotes to the general population through their wide organization of branches and ATMs. In this association, it said.
On condition for including cases of money outs in an ATM, the RBI said it would become possibly the most important factor "when the client can't pull out cash because of non-accessibility of money in a specific ATM". According to the update, toward the end-June 2021, there were 2,13,766 ATMs of various banks in the country.