Wts the difference between a teller and a cashier in the bank ??
Asked by jawed mukhtar, 18 Feb '09 04:22 pm
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A Teller makes payment directly against the cheque for smaller amounts (less than 20000 in some cases) while a Cashier is full-fledged and undertakes all cash transactions of varying sizes. A Teller, could be automated, while a Cashier is always a Human Being.Answered by Ramesh Chordia, 18 Feb '09 05:59 pm
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Teller is a person who works in exchange houses or in banks .But cashier is a broader term ,person who collect and gives cash in shops ,companies or in hotels are also be termed as cashierAnswered by Renjeesh suresh, 14 Nov '09 08:13 pm
Dear Teller olden days collect our cheque & receive our payment, cashier only give cash.Answered by Vasudevan Govindarao, 18 Feb '09 04:30 pm
Teller can be an automatic Machine but cashier always be human being!!!Answered by Faiyaz Takkar, 18 Feb '09 04:24 pm