Switzerland EURO


#1

Hi :slight_smile:

Can I withdraw EURO in Switzerland without a fee with the revolut debit card? Almost all ATM in Switzerland contain also EURO. Does anyone have some experience?

best regards


#2

I know there are no fees when you use ATM to withdraw Euros from an Swiss Euro account with a Swiss Euro card.


#3

Ok :), does it work with VISA and MasterCard?


#4

With a Debit card yes ( ie. Maestro ), you have to avoid Credit cards.


#5

Is VISA also possible? (first card in the app)


#6

You were talking about ATM withdraw, are you talking about top-up now ?


#7

No, I mean ATM withdraw :slight_smile:
I have ordered the Revolut VISA debit card now :slight_smile: , I hope that it will work :wink:


#8

It should be OK, start with a small amount :wink:


#9

Have you read their (ATM provider’s) T&C?
In Poland you can withdraw EUR in some Euronet’s ATMs, but ALWAYS they’re exchanging money using their sh… exchange rate.
In case of using EUR card you have double exchange.
They inform about it in T&C.

See this:
The cash withdrawal in euro is provided by Euronet 360 Finance Limited, a company registered in the UK, which does not charge a fee for this service. The service is available for cards settled in currencies other than euro. The exchange rate is presented to you when choosing the withdrawal amount and is also available by calling the euronet call centre on 801 324 024 or (22) 519 77 71 (standard tariff costs apply). By accepting this rate you will not be able to raise any claim against either the card issuer or card scheme under whose brand the card has been issued.By using this service i understand and accept that my card issuer may levy charges to my account. The regulations are available on the screen and the website www.euronetpolska.pl

I don’t know how it looks like in Switzerland