Third party ATMs do this because it’s literally the only way they make money.
If your actual personal bank charges you a withdrawal fee at their ATMs, get a new bank.
@Grybo, can’t agree with you more - and people look at your bank statements! If you’re being charged a monthly fee dump your bank and find another - there’s a million out there are they don’t care about your bottom line, stop supporting theirs
Just buy a candy bar at a store and get cash back. No fee and an excuse to eat candy :D
@Nekozombie, the candy bar is kind of a fee.
@18bluecat, Yeah but you get a candy bar and ít's like...1.50 or less?
@Nekozombie, there's a pet store nearby that sells crickets for like 2 cents each, so tons of people go in, buy a cricket and get cash back
@theshadosnipe, Now you're thinking with portals
Trying to avoid people during a pandemic? That's gonna cost you.
In capitalist America, bank rob you!
Yeah, like what's up with the strip club charging such high fees on their ATMs. I mean if I already spent the five hundred I brought with me on Sinnamon, but want more...maybe I have more of a problem besides the ATM fees... 🤔😳😢
In Australia the large and popular banks have stopped this fee. Only the third party ATMs charge 2 to 2.50 withdraw fee. Good riddance.
@hasher2288, Australian as well and switched to ING ages ago. They have this for atm fees: When you deposit your pay of $1,000+ per month and make 5+ card purchases that are settled (not pending) each month atm fees are rebated worldwide. Had all atm fees refunded in under 20 mins. And no monthly fees as well and international transaction fees are rebated too. (PS not a shill for them just happy I switched.)
It varies from £1.50 - £2.00 in the uk.. thats why I only use free ones