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Bank of America in Ireland?

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I have seen someone mention once on another thread that BOA has a reciprocal agreement with Bank of Ireland, I assume similar to the one they have with Barclays, etc. However, when I checked out the BOA web site and emailed customer service, they mentioned nothing about Ireland. I'll be traveling there next June - can anyone tell me if this is true? I've searched on the forum and only found that one mention, so I'm reluctant to rely too much on it - but it would certainly be convenient to avoid those withdrawal charges!

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