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Money Saving with ATM




By Stas Bekman.

Published: 16 July 2006

Money Saving with ATM

Use only those Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) that don't charge you for money withdrawal. That's your bank's ATM and any other ATM machines, your bank has a special agreement with if any. You can be charged $1-1.50 and more in any other ATMs.

If your bank has too few ATMs, switch to a bank with a larger ATM network.

You are definitely going to be charged by the ATM machines installed in the convenience shops.

Some shops offer a no-surcharge cash advance when you buy something. Make sure to ask whether there will be a surcharge.

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