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I have a Bank of America debit card and credit card. I will be traveling in both Thailand and Japan. I would like to use the debit card to get cash throughout the four week trip. I know ATMs are plentiful in Thailand, and at PO's in Japan. I am just wondering if anyone has experience in using the Bank of America cards in these locations? Customer service hasn't really given me a definitive answer. These two cards are my only option, though I will certainly begin the trip with US cash to change. I have used the same debit card in China with no problem.

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