Deposit machines of the Deutsche Kreditbank – List of sites

DKB: Cash deposit (free of charge)

DKB deposit machine

The new deposit machine

Due to multiple customer request, the DKB has upgraded and converted their own ATMs from the sole withdrawal feature to withdrawals and deposits.

Please take the Girocard with you …

The depositing of cash is possible using the Girocard (former EC-card). Here, one can also withdraw cash free of charge through the Girocard, what otherwise is only possible using the Visa Card.

List of the deposit machine sites

From now on, one can deposit cash free of charge through the machines to the DKB current account at the following locations in Germany around the clock:

Site of the deposit machine Link to Google Maps Eventual editorial note
01067 Dresden
An der Frauenkirche 13
Eventual editorial note Show exact way description, photos + detailed map (German language)
03046 Cottbus
An der Wachsbleiche 1
Eventual editorial note Description + Photos (German language)
04109 Leipzig
Burgplatz 2
Eventual editorial note Show photos + detailed map (German language)
06108 Halle
Große Steinstraße 20
Eventual editorial note Description + Photos (German language)
09111 Chemnitz
Augustusburger Straße 26
Eventual editorial note Show exact way description + photos (German language)
10117 Berlin
Kronenstraße 8 – 10
Eventual editorial note Show exact way description, photos + detailed map (German language)
10117 Berlin
Taubenstraße 44 und 7-9 (schräg gegenüber)
Eventual editorial note Show exact way description, photos + detailed map (German language)
14469 Potsdam
Jägerallee 23
Eventual editorial note 5 free parking spots for DKB-customers, customer area is on the right side of the main building
15230 Frankfurt/Oder
Große Scharnstraße 64
Eventual editorial note Description + Photos (German language)
17033 Neubrandenburg
Woldecker Straße 2
Eventual editorial note  
18055 Rostock
Neuer Markt 11
Eventual editorial note Description + Photos (German language)
19053 Schwerin
Wismarsche Str. 154
Eventual editorial note  
39104 Magdeburg
Fürstenwallstr. 17
Eventual editorial note Deposit and withdrawal machine since 2016
98527 Suhl
Straße der OdF 4
Eventual editorial note Description + Photos (German language)
99084 Erfurt
Anger 30/32
Eventual editorial note Description + Photos (German language)

Further sites of the DKB, where still no ATM with this function are – we hope that this will soon change:

07545 Gera
Humboldtstraße 25
Eventual editorial note  

First bank counter of the DKB discovered:

80333 München
Brienner Straße 18
Eventual editorial note Foreign cash (foreign currency) can be deposited. Business hours and all details can be found here: Cash deposit Munich (German language)

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6 Responses to “DKB: Cash deposit (free of charge)”

  1. Brigitte Alex says:

    How can I deposit cash into my account from uk?

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  2. Sander says:

    What can one do if their city is not listed? Are there other ways of depositing cash into the account?

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    • Editorial Team says:

      The DKB is a direct bank, and only few direct banks offer the option of depositing cash at all.

      You do have the option with many local banks to deposit cash there and transfer the money from there to your DKB account. For that, fees of the local bank will apply, with amounts that can be quite varied.

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  3. ERD says:

    Hi.
    A foreign student here, with a scholarship.
    I’m in Köln and was wondering about how could I deposit money into the account. Is there a way to find online the ATMs that have the deposit option?
    Also, these accounts can receive SWIFT deposits from overseas?
    Does the DKB open an account for people for Latinamerika? We have been told that, for example, Commerzbank doesn´t open accounts for people of Colombia.

    Thanks

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    • Editorial Team says:

      DKB is a direct bank, and direct banks usually don’t have own ATMs. If you want to deposit cash more often, a local bank probably makes more sense for you.

      Transfers from abroad can arrive at any time in any currency and will be automatically converted into Euro. The basic fee for that is 12.50 Euro per incoming transfer.

      For an account opening you need a good “credit history”, which usually a student from abroad does not have (here). You can try, but I would not put too much hope into this – especially since the bank obviously does not quite fit your needs.

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