Pay bills, transfer funds, view balances. Oh yea, and get cash.

Things you can do at the Automated Teller Machines (ATM). 

Get started with our step-by-step guides.

How to Deposit Cash and/or Cheques

All you need is 6 minutes.

Deposit funds 24/7.

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How to pay your credit card using cash.

All you need is 8  minutes.

Ideal for customers without a Deposit Account.

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How to pay your credit card with funds from your account.

All you need is 8  minutes.

Pay your credit card at in-branch ATMs

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How to transfer funds

between accounts 

All you need is 5 minutes. 

Transfer money between your accounts.

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How to

pay a bill
All you need is 5 minutes. 

Pay your utility, internet and telephone bills.

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Things you can do at the ATM.

Pay Your Credit Card

Pay your credit card with cash at our branch ATMs.

Pay Bills

Pay your utility, internet and telephone bills.

Transfer Money

Transfer money between your accounts.

Deposit Cheques

Envelope-free cheque deposits (at branch ATMs only).

View Balances

View balances on your chequing and savings accounts.

Deposit Cash (under $20,000)

Envelope-free cash deposits
(at branch ATMs only)

Print Mini Statements

Print mini account statements. 

Withdraw Cash (up to $5,000)

Withdraw cash at any of our convenient locations.

Top-Up Your Mobile

Real-time top-up for your Digicel mobile device.

Update Your Debit Card Pin

Update your debit card pin from our branch ATMs.

Update Credit Card Pin

Update your pin from our branch ATMs.


Supported by Linx & Cirrus

Customers can withdraw cash and get account balances through a network of ATMs in Trinidad & Tobago displaying the Linx symbol and in more than 130 countries worldwide, at ATMs displaying the Cirrus symbol.

Linc, Cirrus

Frequently Asked Questions

I have questions about ATMs

At Scotiabank ATMs across Trinidad & Tobago, you can Pay Bills, Deposit Cheques, Transfer Funds, View Balance(s), Print Mini Statements, Deposit Cash & Withdraw Cash.

A reminder that you can also use Scotia OnLine Banking and the Scotia Caribbean Mobile App to do most of your banking. Find out more here.

Yes.

If you have a Scotiabank Debit Card, you can pay your credit card at ATMs that are located at Branches, including the ATMs at temporarily closed branches.

To do this, transfer funds from your Scotiabank Savings/Chequing Account to your Scotiabank Credit Card.

You can also pay your Credit Card through Scotia OnLine Banking and the Scotia Caribbean Mobile App. Find out more here.

Yes.

You can pay bills at the ATM. To do this you must first use Scotia OnLine Banking to setup the Payee. Once you have done so, you can pay most of your utilities at the ATM, including water, electricity, telephone and internet.

Of course, you can also pay your bills through Scotia OnLine Banking and the Scotia Caribbean Mobile App. Find out more here.

At Scotiabank ATMs, you can transfer funds between your accounts and to others at Scotiabank.

To transfer to other local banks in Trinidad and Tobago, please use Scotia OnLine Banking and the Scotia Caribbean Mobile App.  Find out more here.

Yes.

At the ATM you can check your balance and print mini account statements (last 10 transactions)

Yes.

To do this you must first use Scotia OnLine Banking to add the Phone Number. Once you have done so, you can top-up your Digicel mobile account at the ATM.

Of course, you can also top up your Mobile through Scotia OnLine Banking and the Scotia Caribbean Mobile App. Find out more here.

I am not sure about the different types of ATMS

Envelope-free cash and cheque deposits can be made at all ATMS that are located at Branches, including the ATMs at temporarily closed branches.

ATMs located at off-site locations can be used for withdrawals only.

ATMs that are being serviced or undergoing ongoing maintenance typically include an on-site notice indicating you of such work.

I am having some challenges using the ATMs

If this happens there maybe something wrong with your cheque. Examine the cheque and remove any staples, paper clips etc that may cause difficulty with reading the cheque.  

If all else seems good with the cheque, you may have to enter the amount manually.

If the ATM keeps pushing back out the cash that you are trying to deposit, you can try smoothing the bills as much as possible, before re-inserting. Maybe try inserting fewer bills at one time.

If the bills are still not accepted, it means that they may be damaged or too degraded to be accepted.

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