A service provided by commercial banks, enabling customers to deposit cash with the bank after banking hours. By using this service shopkeepers, etc., can avoid keeping large sums overnight. A special wallet provided by the bank is inserted into a safe in the outside wall of the bank to which customers are given the key. The following day the wallet is opened, either by the customer or by a bank clerk, and the customer's account is credited accordingly.
Subjects: Business and Management.