Nationwide debit card question

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  1. tony64

    tony64 <font color=blue>Should've been a Cowboy<br><font

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    If we use are debit card at Walmart and ask for cashback, do we pay any premium for the cash elimate or just the straight exchange rate conversion?
     
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  3. kitton

    kitton Earning My Ears

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    You will just pay the exchange rate conversion - just like getting money from an ATM. Only pay premium if withdrawing cash on a credit card not debit card (I work for Nationwide) :)
     
  4. tony64

    tony64 <font color=blue>Should've been a Cowboy<br><font

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    Thanks. :thumbsup2
     
  5. rpbert1

    rpbert1 DIS Veteran

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    I am probably wrong, but i do not think you can pay with the debit card in Florida.
    I used my Debit card to draw money out of Suntrust machines at Walmart, and there is no charge
     
  6. wayneg

    wayneg Moderator Moderator

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    Debit cards are accepted just like credit cards as I found out a few years back by mistake, bought a Mickey ice cream bar about $3, cost me another £1.50 in halifax fees:mad: I handed over my Halifax visa debit card instead of my Nationwide credit card:confused3
     

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