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How do I find the location of Bank of America partner bank ATMs in France and Italy?

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I just spent a goodly portion of several days on line and on the telephone with Bank of America trying to find out how I locate the ATMs of their partner banks in France and Italy. Their partner bank in France is BNP Paribas, which they tell me has 3,000 ATMs in France and Deutsches Bank in Italy, which has 1,800 ATMs.

I obviously want the information so I can avoid the stupid $5 charge they make for using your ATM card in Europe at other than their partner banks. The B of A people don't have a clue, not can they direct me to a web link so I can look up the information for myself at either Paribas or Deutsches Bank.

I have tried navigating the European bank's web sites, without success, to find these locations, and I suppose I can just wander the streets looking for friendly ATMs, but it ticks me off that B of A won't give out this info. They have a handy locator for their own ATMs in the States, so you can quickly find the nearest cash point, but not for Europe. Do you suppose they really want my five bucks that badly?

Anyway, please forgive my rant, but I would really appreciate it if any of you helpful Fodorites has any suggestions.

Thanks,

:-)

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