Standard Chartered, Banjul, The Gambia, MC, 200 GMD fixed fee for up to 8000 GMD. Even the locals have to pay. In reality a cash society where cards are rarely taken and a 3-5% fee is charged if you can use one, plus some places then convert GMD to USD before charging your card. GBP rate was 65.6741, local money changers 66, so my advice would be bring cash, EUR/GBP/USD best but most accepted.
TD Canada Trust (Canada) charges 3$CAD in withdrawal fee.
HSBC now asks for 2.5€ per transaction (tested on Jan '20)
How did you get on?
We fly out there next week for 5 weeks… Any tips?
We use Multibanco all the time with our Revolut Visa and MC, no fees at all anywhere in the country so far.
After a while, the list is updated again. I hope you appreciate the effort and excuse the delay!
I am currently in Morocco and can confirm that BMCI machines give me free withdrawals. I have MC.
I just so that tweet from Chad: https://twitter.com/ChadWestTweets/status/1212665721588764673?s=19
So a certain part of that idea will come to the app.
Wow, that‘s great idea. I‘m lookin‘ forward and hope it will be added soon…
Using this guide for my trip in the Balkans next month. I’ll send updates if I notice any changes. In the meantime I just hope the ATM map are added to . Thank you!
I’d like to use this for my trip next week in Georgia, but I think that it’s just a dream.
I’ve no idea what ATM is better to avoid and if there still any fee free one.
Here’s also nothing about Georgia
Someone always needs to make the first experience at any of those countries.
Just be aware of common issues like DCC and state if you use MC or Visa.
I will do next week
Just for now when I don’t know, I’ll spend a lot of time to try more ATMs and hope that all of them inform me about fees before I withdraw cash
Of course, I always avoid DCC scams, if it’s possible.
From my experience in e.g. Croatia they state it – maybe because of the regulations. However, I learned that sometimes there is no alternative around.
Georgia is interesting and obviously not to busy with tourists. Have fun.
I think those regulations are maybe just in EU, so I’ll see…
That’s right, and it goes worse and worse…
ATM in USA: In New Mexico (Santa Fe) Wells Fargo used to be free, last time I tried there fee was $5.00. The Del Norte Credit Union charges $3.00
Reportedly Santander doesn’t charge any fees anymore (Mastercard).
This is a monster thread, fair play!
@wwweasel, if(!) then you’ll find it here.
Spoiler: You’ll start the Mauritius entries.
Last week from Liberty Bank ATM in Gudauri, Georgia (Sakartvelo) , Withdrawed 200 GEL for FREE with MC.
…just TBC bank ATM ordered me withdrawing with 2 GEL fee