capital one 360 atm card in Europe

Old Aug 19th, 2014, 04:27 PM
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capital one 360 atm card in Europe

Has anyone used the Capital one 360 atm card in Europe. I will be traveling soon and need to know before I leave.
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Old Aug 19th, 2014, 04:41 PM
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Isn't that just a regular ATM card? No problem using it in cash machines anywhere in Europe.

You need to contact your bank and tell them the dates you'll be out of the country.
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Mine is a debit card - I have used it in France and Japan and Israel when it was called an Orange card - no problem and as janisj said make sure you call them before....
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The Capital One 360 is just a normal ATM card. I believe it has free ATM withdrawals from ATMs on the Allpoints network which is not available in France. Expect to pay a 1% currency conversion fee when withdrawing funds.

French bank ATMs themselves charge you nothing.
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