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You can now withdraw cash at Kiosk stores

Santander Mexico announced this Monday an alliance with Kiosko stores, a self-service store in the western part of the country, so that customers from Colima, Jalisco, Nayarit and Sinaloa can make cash withdrawals.

The alliance covers 600 stores and the bank’s customers will be able to access up to 1,500 pesos per transaction from 6 in the morning to 10 at night.

To have cash, customers only have to enter their security PIN. The Kiosko stores join other correspondents with which Santander has an alliance such as Oxxo, 7Eleven, Farmacias Guadalajara, Circle K, Extra and Telecomm.

To make cash withdrawals, customers can also go to Oxxo and Telecomm. For the payment of credit cards, the operations are made in Eleven and Farmacias Guadalajara, in addition to the branches.

Santander has a network of 1,347 branches and offices, and 9,591 ATMs located throughout the country.

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