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Barclays ATMs in England - fee question

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Yet another ATM question.

We will be traveling with a local U.S. bank's debit card (not Bank of America). The bank does not charge an International transaction fee, so we'll have the 1% Visa conversion fee + whatever the ATM bank charges.

This morning in an online chat, we asked a Barclays' customer service person the charge for using a Barclays' ATM. His response was "Since you will be using an American debit card to withdraw cash from Barclays ATM, it will be the American bank, who issued the Card, that will be charging you."

In response to the follow-up question "Barclays wouldn't charge a fee for using one of your ATMs?," he responded, "No, Barclays will not charge any fee."

I'm finding this difficult to believe and I'm wondering if we're just not phrasing the question correctly. Does anyone have personal experience with Barclays ATMs?

Thank you!

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