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B of A now charges 3% fee at "partner banks"

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For Bank of America customers who have been using Paribas, Barclay's, and Deutschebank for no-fee ATM withdrawals, those days are gone.

Quote: "There was fee restructuring to ensure pricing of products and services align with the value we provide to you and to align with other financial institutions." The $5 ATM fee will be waived at Global Alliance banks, but as of last November 8, the 3% fee applies and appears separately on one's statement.

Wish I had known about this before I left home, I would have followed the wise ones to a credit union. Any other ideas? Does Capitol One give you fee-free withdrawals overseas?

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