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    Quote Originally Posted by lee786 View Post
    well thats what i would call a safe. a huge metal box about an inch thick
    that is made to keep money inside and thieves outside that has 2 "locking mechanisms" and can only be opened with the correct code or high end cutting gear

    sounds like a safe to me
    A "normal" safe is one that is built to withstand any sort of assault, an ATM isn't. The majority of ATMs work in public areas, who carries one of those huge saws in public and then starts attacking an atm with it? So what he said is pretty much true, it's not going to be a safe in the "normal" sense, it's just a well locked box.

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    It doesn't look an inch thick in the photos I'm looking at, more like 5mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by citricsquid View Post
    A "normal" safe is one that is built to withstand any sort of assault, an ATM isn't. The majority of ATMs work in public areas, who carries one of those huge saws in public and then starts attacking an atm with it? So what he said is pretty much true, it's not going to be a safe in the "normal" sense, it's just a well locked box.
    I agree, It isn't a safe. Still it should be a safe though. As people just pick it up with a forklift and then drive it onto a lorry and get off with it. There is news about people who do this, aint caught em yet
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    maybe not a real safe but if you have to open one about half way into opening one i bet you would be calling it a safe followed by words that would be removed from the post

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    Surely the cash in the machine belongs to whichever bank fills it up anyway? Or am i being stupid?

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    Get the metal eating man to bite his way through... no serious comments from my end!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronski View Post
    The 12" disc cutter I posted a picture of earlier, and available for hire from any decent hire shop will make light work of cutting steel,
    No argument from me, what you say is very true, I have\had, an account with them as well before I came ill, no idea if it's still active though, but I was transferred over from Brandon Tool Hire after they were bought out, anyway my main point above was if they had used any special techniques to make such tools hard or impossible to use successfully, then this may of caused more problems than it solved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommyboy12 View Post
    Surely the cash in the machine belongs to whichever bank fills it up anyway? Or am i being stupid?
    The machine was operated by a now bankrupt company who would have been responsible for filling it up. The chance's are it was emptied of cash pretty quickly but if there is cash in there then it seems there is proobably no one to claim it as the ATM has been returned to the owner.

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    Right guys ,

    Firstly the person who owned the machine was responsible for filling it as its one of those small machines you see inside arcades etc, that company went bankrupt so we reclaimed the machine, any money inside would simply be knocked off the amount they owe us.

    Secondly, we cant power on the machine because it asks for the code in order to switch on, apparantly its an anti theft feature to make the machine useless without the code.

    Thirdy, we got in, using a 12" grinder kindly borrowed from our personnel manager's other half who is a demolition expert, the unit had a 10mm thick outer casing made of steel (we had a key for this bit anyway) then inside at the bottom was a safe that had approx 1.5" thick metal (unsure what but it was tough, broke one grinder disc) on the right side of the box was a tube that held the code, we drilled through this unit and then pushed a small explosive in which blew the lock off, then took a mini grinder to the ratchets inside and the door popped open, then inside the cash cassettes where held in by small locks which drilled straight out ...

    And what did we find? ..... ££750

    Bingo!

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    Result..

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    Respect! (For using explosives and breaking into an ATM!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vapourmike View Post
    Hi guys,

    Right, tricky one, firstly this is 100% legal, we own the cash machine, its sitting here next to me in the office (was an ex lease which has been returned as lease ended). Problem we have is that we don't have the code and original owner as gone missing. All I know at the moment is the machine is blue, approx 5ft 5 and made by Triton.

    Any default access codes for the main safe? Ive got the keys so the first layer of panels etc can be removed but the main safe inside has a keypad/code ...

    Any ideas? cut it open? blow it open? default codes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vapourmike View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Transmit This View Post
    Considering the safe is part of work and is in my office im unsure if im legally allowed to post pictures, ive got some of it in the office before we moved it off so will try and find them if im allowed. Last thing I want to do is loose my job.
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    Nice one try and get some pics as suggested
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    Nice to hear that you got in, and more to the point found some money, can't believe a bankrupt company would leave money in it though :eek:

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    Well you got the £750, but you now have a useless broken ATM unit.

    Why couldn't you have paid the £500 unlock fee,
    then you'd have the ATM unit for resale?

    How much would the whole ATM unit be worth ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by garwaymatt View Post
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    He got 700 from it, if he would have unlocked it, it would have cost £500, leaving £200, then selling the ATM for £400 would make £600, either way he's better off.
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    But there was never any guarantee that there was money in it and if so how much so they would/could have been out of pocket although we now know the outcome.
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    Plus, don't underestimate the stress relieving value of beating the **** out of lumps of metal!

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    Ah, was assuming the ATM would be worth much more than that.

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    Word filter FTW. Lets though Scunthorpe though:confused:
    edit.
    First time I looked it was starred out :confused:

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    Question.

    How on earth did you get hold of the 'small explosive' ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ztech View Post
    Question.

    How on earth did you get hold of the 'small explosive' ?
    Perhaps he made it himself?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ztech View Post
    Question.

    How on earth did you get hold of the 'small explosive' ?
    Quote Originally Posted by Vapourmike View Post
    Thirdy, we got in, using a 12" grinder kindly borrowed from our personnel manager's other half who is a demolition expert
    perhaps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel View Post
    perhaps?

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    Yess..hmm.. giving tools is OK but giving explosives away is a matter of concern.
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    if you wanted you could try brute forcing the key pad
    there must be a way of hooking it up to your computer at which point could just use a brute forcing tool to get the combo.
    or if you want you could try get an xray of the safe to see if there is anything inside.
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    lol @ all the people who haven't read it's already been forced into.
    Have you tried restarting your computer?

 

 

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