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Inside a bank

Inside a bank

  1. Safe: a strong fireproof safe used to hold the bank’s cash supply and negotiable documents.
  2. Safe deposit box: compartment rented by customers to store valuable objects and documents in a safe place.
  3. Coupon booth: a small closed cubicle used by a customer to open a safe deposit box.
  4. Vault: a reinforced fireproof room containing the bank safe and the safe deposit boxes; access to it is tightly controlled.
  5. ATM (Automated Teller Machine): a machine where customers use a credit card to carry ou various banking operations such as withdrawals, transfers, deposits and bill payments.
  6. Cash supply: a room where bank staff replenish the automatic teller machines and collects deposits and bills.
  7. Information desk: kiosk where customers can obtain information about banking services.
  8. Financial services: offices where bank staff meet with customers to discuss financial services like investments and mortgages.
  9. Insurance services: offices where customers consult bank staff about insurance services for automobiles, homes, travel, etc.
  10. Laon services: offices where customers meet bank staff to apply for a loan.
  11. Information desk: a kiosk or office where customers get information about the different banking services.
  12. Customer service: an office where bank staff meet with customers to open bank accounts, issue debit cards, give out forms, etc.
  13. Professional training office: a room where the bank employees are provided with training.
  14. Meeting room: a room where small groups hold meetings and discussions.
  15. Waiting area: space reserved for customers who wait for an appointment in a particular department.
  16. Lobby: the bank’s entrance area.
  17. Reception desk: an area in which customers are met.
  18. Photocopier: a machine for reprography.
  19. Brochure rack: a rack used to display flyers and brochures containing information on services offered by the bank.
  20. Cloakroom: space designated for storing clothes, umbrellas, hats and so on and so forth.
  21. Janitor’s closet: a room used for storing cleaning products and housekeeping supplies.

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