ALPHANET The only way they could charge you fees if if you used their DCC or used a credit card. more. I have never encountered a deception from an ATM, but have been wary of the trick of trying to con the ATM user into permitting a currency conversion by the ATM owner/operator. It saves me a fortune on fees.

Those two and three euro fees all add up. No charge at Attica Bank on 27.06.2019.

: 6734. Could you share locations for some of the attica atms?

We have pioneered the independent deployment of Automated Cash Deposit Terminals (ADTs) based on cash recycling. In the old days we payed with cash, for me the most honest way. I cancelled the transaction and continued my search. NUM.

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As I mentioned in the blog post, I use TransferWise instead. You can contact them ahead of time to see what it is, and request to temporarily raise it if you need to for the duration of your time in Greece. Guest posts are welcome.

(Or one can accept their conversion rate, which might make more sense if one only wants to withdraw a small amount.). There is no maximum withdrawal limit for foreign cards used in Greek ATMs, so your daily limit will be set by your home bank. Sometimes it can be hard to tell if the fees come from your own bank or the machine. 2.00€ is fee there is no free withdrawal in Greece anymore but good news is the other banks have changed the tariff by the time of writing this the cheapest is NBG 1.40€. I used bank owned ATMs every other time. My next port of call was NGB (i-Bank). Your email address will not be published. After a little wandering around I found an Attica Bank and the ATM dispensed the money I wanted without charging any extra fees at all.

The statement is FALSE. In such a case I only convert a small amount. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); When atm asked for currency conversion ( that was strange) I selected NO The bottom of my ATM Withdrawal slip states this: I’ll add to this – I also withdrew from Optima Bank today without any fees. This happenend in February 2019.

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When I return to Greece, I’ll know where to go. I still not know how I managed to touch the wrong button on the Euronet ATM screen.

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Greeks and foreigners using credit or debit cards issued abroad to withdraw cash from most Greek bank ATM machines will be charged an extra 2-3 euros. ta.queueForLoad : function(f, g){document.addEventListener('DOMContentLoaded', f);})(function(){ta.trackEventOnPage('postLinkInline', 'impression', 'postLinks-91344798', '');}, 'log_autolink_impression');Athens airport to get the Euros I needed immediately from my U.S. bank. If there are any fees though, I’ll stick with Attica Bank, presuming it’s still not charging any fees, that is. This European Union member state is a popular destination for tourism and expats alike, and no wonder. Piraeus bank is the biggest thief of all. ECB 9.5570 16 Sep <- note the SEK had lost strength towards EUR on the second day , This has been debated a lot, i dont care that much but feel it is sad that people needlessly wastes their precious vacation time chase around for the "right" brand of ATM, (i tested this for myself as euronet is widely avaiable in some areas where banks are not), i think the myth comes from people accepting the DCC, there Euronet is more expensive than the others, or maybe it is different if you use a debit card, i dont have any debit cards so cant test that but as op has a creditcard this should be true.