When Matt Weidler made the long walk from his desk to the automated teller machine and realized he had forgotten his ATM card yet again, he decided the best thing to do was to reinvent the ATM.

"I would walk halfway to the ATM at the branch, and what I realized is, every time I did this, every time I would leave my wallet," said Weidler, an asset analyst at Evangelical Christian Credit Union of Brea, Calif.

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