I live in Ireland, i have a personal Euro account and a GBP account.
if I have €5000 in the Euro account and £5000 in the GBP account and I fly to London UK and try to withdraw £1000 from an ATM will the money be withdrawn from my GBP account or my Euro account?
Would this £1000 ATM withdrawal go against my 96 hour £5000 debit card limit, or could I also make a £5000 payment later that day using the debit card?
I will be travelling to UK soon and need to pay a retailer £6000, so I was planning to withdraw £1000 cash at an ATM in UK and then make £5000 debit card payment with the retailer, and give him the £1000 cash. Will this work?
I understand now, in my example even though my base currency is EURO, if I withdraw from ATM in UK, it will draw from my GBP account. Thats exactly what I want.
However, I need to do this all in one day, so how do I find out for sure if the £1000 ATM withdrawal stops me making a £5000 debit card payment later that day? Would I be tied to a £4000 debit card payment later. I thought the ATM withdrawals and the debit card transactions were not linked.
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