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Default US bank $2.50 Withdrawal Fee

So I use US Bank with my stealth account. I do not have any locations anywhere near me so I have a $2.50 charge each time I withdrawal from an ATM. How can I avoid this?
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Default Re: US bank $2.50 Withdrawal Fee

Use a different bank or ATM
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Default Re: US bank $2.50 Withdrawal Fee

Just a small cost of doing business, if the bank accepts mismatched names than $2.50 is a small price to pay

I'm not sure how many stealth accounts you are running but try and limit your withdrawals to as little as possible


And than like the last post get a bank account near you if that is a big cost
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Default Re: US bank $2.50 Withdrawal Fee

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Use a different bank or ATM
Just worried about switching bank accounts and having the account flagged. In order to avoid that possibility, just wanted to try a safer route.
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Default Re: US bank $2.50 Withdrawal Fee

If your account is well established, that shouldn't be an issue for you.
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Default Re: US bank $2.50 Withdrawal Fee

Credit unions usually waive atm fees
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Default Re: US bank $2.50 Withdrawal Fee

Maybe transfer money from US Bank to a local bank near you so that you wont be a ATM fee, you might be able to that this option online, no need to do it with a teller. Or maybe get the maximum money back possible when ever you go grocery shopping.

I do the 1st option with a online only bank all the time.
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buy a postal money order in the amount you want to withdraw it for and its only $1.50
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buy a postal money order in the amount you want to withdraw it for and its only $1.50
Only that? Nice fee charge
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Wow! Not dear at all then

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Default Re: US bank $2.50 Withdrawal Fee

Just buy something for 25 cents and get cashback wally's world is one option and there's plenty of others to avoid the atm fees.
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Just buy something for 25 cents and get cashback wally's world is one option and there's plenty of others to avoid the atm fees.
Lot of people use cashback at grocery stores too in order to avoid fees
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Yep, they spend $10 in gas to drive to the grocery store to get 2 bucks cashback to save fees.

Tossers.

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Edit: found the answer. nevermind.

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