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Old 10-25-2012, 07:28 PM   #31
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Abroad I usually use my E*Trade Bank ATM card (reimburses all transaction fees) for cash needs and my CapitalOne card for hotels, local flights, major purchases, etc. I've always been offered a printed receipt; some just show the transaction amount while others also show the balance in local currency. There is also at least an alert if the ATM's bank is charging an ATM fee.
Thanks, I guess it will just depend on the bank.
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