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Re: ATM fees

Postby Nasty Canasta » Sun Aug 13, 2017 8:42 am

violet wrote:in case there are ever others in the future who are too scaredy to cross streets in Phnom Penh, I'll respond to this thread... there is a Maybank on Norodom up near St 136 or 130. No big streets to cross, only little ones. You should start off with small streets and work up to the boulevards.


Unless you are coming from the Riverside - then you have the terrifying ordeal of crossing Norodom (twice). Some times of the day a piece of cake, other times - well you feel like you've dodged serious harm when you make it over. Heavy traffic going both ways, fuckwits in cars on the wrong side of the road, death jockeys on motos blasting past slow moving or stationary cars wherever they fucking choose, whatever direction they choose, even the foot paths at times. Still easier than crossing Monivong mind you.
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Re: ATM fees

Postby Dangerous Dave » Sun Aug 13, 2017 9:56 am

I guess I made a lasting impression w/my earlier question about street-crossing. I don't *mind* crossing busy streets; I was just wondering aloud if there were subtle local do's and don't's. (In Manhattan, for the most part, you step off the curb and go. In London you'd get run over b/c they're not expecting it. In Zurich, you'd die in prison for jaywalking.)

Back to the ranch: I live at 55 and 240, and I'm looking for the nearest Maybank ATM, as the crow flies, regardless of crossings. I walk to Phsar Thmey about once every 48 hrs or so, but I'd prefer a closer Maybank ATM to try, if there is one. Thanks, everyone!
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Re: ATM fees

Postby JimSocks » Sun Aug 13, 2017 12:14 pm

Crossing busy streets. Follow the flock. Sometimes there are people crossing at the same time.
If alone. Dont stutter. Keep going, drivers expect you to keep moving forward. I often do the palm up or point directly at the driver. Show no fear.
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Re: ATM fees

Postby raendi » Sun Aug 13, 2017 12:45 pm

Dangerous Dave wrote:Where is the nearest Maybank ATM, to Street 278 and 57?

Corner of St. 63 and 334.
Pardon my engrish, thanks you.
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Re: ATM fees

Postby Dangerous Dave » Mon Aug 14, 2017 9:10 am

Thanks! I also found one on the south side of 184, between 63 and Monivong, which is a little easier for me.
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Re: ATM fees

Postby aem » Sat Oct 21, 2017 9:52 am

Haven't been able to withdraw money with my visa at Maybank yesterday. Asking their staff I got the same answer as a couple of months back.

"We only support cards with the visa plus sign from now on"
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Re: ATM fees

Postby checkifsccode » Fri Dec 08, 2017 4:03 pm

i think MayBank doesn't take fee for ATM
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Re: ATM fees

Postby Gardiguy » Tue Dec 26, 2017 5:19 pm

checkifsccode wrote:i think MayBank doesn't take fee for ATM
Maybank charges $5 but does not say so on the screen. Check your account.
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Re: ATM fees

Postby aem » Wed Dec 27, 2017 3:34 pm

Gardiguy wrote:
checkifsccode wrote:i think MayBank doesn't take fee for ATM
Maybank charges $5 but does not say so on the screen. Check your account.


that must be the fee your home bank is charging for withdrawing money in Cambodia.

I have never been charged for withdrawing money with my visa.
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Re: ATM fees

Postby Gardiguy » Wed Dec 27, 2017 9:53 pm

aem wrote:
Gardiguy wrote:
checkifsccode wrote:i think MayBank doesn't take fee for ATM
Maybank charges $5 but does not say so on the screen. Check your account.


that must be the fee your home bank is charging for withdrawing money in Cambodia.

I have never been charged for withdrawing money with my visa.
My home bank does not charge me anything to withdraw, when you use maybank it actually tells you to check your account for the charge. Depending on your visa you might actually be getting recompensated for the charge proactively, like the Charles Schwab card does for example.
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Re: ATM fees

Postby aem » Tue Apr 24, 2018 9:13 am

Maybank now officially started charging 5USD per withdrawal (VISA). It clearly states this now as on screen message when you go to get the cash.

This means it does not matter which ATM I use anymore, correct? Or are there banks that charge lower fees?
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Re: ATM fees

Postby Alexandra » Tue Apr 24, 2018 9:55 am

aem wrote:This means it does not matter which ATM I use anymore, correct? Or are there banks that charge lower fees?


With my card:

  • ABA: Maximum $500 for $6 per withdrawal
  • ANZ: Maximum $400 for $4 or $5 per withdrawal, I forget
  • Canadia: Maximum $500 per withdrawal for $5
  • Cathoey (yellow bank with ladyboy name): Maximum $1000 per withdrawal for $6

Feel free to correct me if my memory fails.
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Re: ATM fees

Postby Jaap » Tue Apr 24, 2018 10:10 am

Alexandra wrote:
aem wrote:This means it does not matter which ATM I use anymore, correct? Or are there banks that charge lower fees?


With my card:

  • ABA: Maximum $500 for $6 per withdrawal
  • ANZ: Maximum $400 for $4 or $5 per withdrawal, I forget
  • Canadia: Maximum $500 per withdrawal for $5
  • Cathoey (yellow bank with ladyboy name): Maximum $1000 per withdrawal for $6

Feel free to correct me if my memory fails.

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Re: ATM fees

Postby logos » Tue Apr 24, 2018 12:05 pm

Come on Jaap cough it up. You just want to know all about that ladyboy place don't you?
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Re: ATM fees

Postby chkwoot » Tue Apr 24, 2018 12:19 pm

logos wrote:Come on Jaap cough it up. You just want to know all about that ladyboy place don't you?

There is a ladyboy place with a fee-less ATM in Phnom Penh? Where? Asking for a friend who is also not Jaap.
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