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ATM limit in France ??

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I just spoke with the representatives at my bank TDBanknorth to notify them of my traveling dates. The Rep took the info and told me that there is a limit of $65 per ATM transaction in France according to US Federal law. She said it was a federal law and not something the bank had any control over. I haven't traveled to France in 2 years but she said this law was put into effect in Feb of 2008. She also said we could make multiple withdrawals with no transaction fee so we could still withdraw to our own chosen limit.

I've never seen this discussed here, and I've never heard of anything like this, has anyone encountered this limit?

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