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For security purposes, most banks will just destroy any cards retained by their ATM. You can call that ATM's bank to see.
If it was just an ATM card, you can call your bank to request a replacement.
BUT - If it was a check card, you should definitely report it lost so they will cancel it and send you a new one.
It is a pain to wait for a couple weeks, but this happened to me recently and someone tried to use my lost card to try to buy a laptop and other items.
Luckily, the credit card security department blocked the purchases!
So don't fool around, take the appropriate action as soon as possible!
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Posted on Aug 10, 2008
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