How much money can you withdraw from an ATM?

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  1. BOK

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    I have a debit card with no daily withdraw limits. How much money can you withdraw from an ATM at one time?
     
  2. Viper GTS

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    Mine is limited at $300, are you sure yours has no withdrawal limits?

    Mine has a $700 limit on individual purchases, and then the $300 cash withdrawal limit.

    Viper GTS
     
  3. minendo

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    All the ATMs I visit have a $150 daily limit.
     
  4. Lucky

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    I have a $500 withdrawal limit (which I can do all at once depending on the ATM) and a 1K purchase limit.
     
  5. RossMAN

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    It varies depending on which ATM you visit, how much cash it has available, your bank's policy and most importantly your ATM withdrawal limit for your account.

    I can only withdraw $500 per day from an ATM but up to $5,000 via POS.
     
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    hehehe i can only take out $55 max and my purchase limit is like $600... go fig
     
  7. BOK

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    The issuing bank of my debit card has NO withdraw limits! This means that I can go to an ATM and withdraw $10000 if I want. But my question is, does the ATM machine itself have a per-transaction limit? I don't think I can go to Wal-mart and withdraw thousands of dollars, can I?
     
  8. Lucky

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    dude, its gonna depend on the ATM you goto. Asking us is worthless.
     
  9. mchammer187

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    i tried to withdraw $880 from an ATM and it said the ATM did not have enough cash

    so i tried $800 and that worked fine
     
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    Last time I checked it was $200. Don't know if that is per day or per ATM. Never use cash. Credit card is the way to go.
     
  11. Haircut

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    £200 (~$315) at a time. I'm not sure what the limit is for POS, but I bought a £7,000 car on my debit card.
     
  12. joohang

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    Dude, I'd NEVER EVER EVER use a no daily limit debit card.

    Mine is set to somewhere around $100 cash and $500 daily. I just transfer funds to my Visa for large purchases.

    I can increase the limits but I've been too lazy to travel to my branch (by my old house) and I've been also too lazy to transfer to the branch close to my new place. I just do most transactions through web banking so it's unnecessary.
     
  13. Lars

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    I withdrew $500 once, never tried to get more out of an ATM.
     
  14. monk3y

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    I've never taken out more than $500.
     
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    <-- LA Story flashback: 2 Lines leading up to the ATM, one of people taking out money and...
     
  16. BOK

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    Ok, here's the thing...

    I won a huge sum of money at an online casino. Rather than have them send me a check (paper trail), I had the funds transferred to an anonymous debit card. I can take the funds out at any ATM.

    How do I take out $10000 at an ATM?
     
  17. bonk102

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    depends on the ATM as far as i know
     
  18. dman

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    What the heck is an anonymous debit card??? A bank account with no owner? That sounds interesting. I thought you had $1,000 there and was going to say 2-3 days of withdrawls. But, $10,000 Well, 20-30days and lots of transaction fees.

     
  19. BOK

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    That's exactly what an anonymous debit card is. There is no owner. Just an account number and pin. It can be funded with many different e-currencies (e-gold, netpay, etc).

    I was hoping to get this cash within the next few days. I was going to do some ATM hopping...maybe $2000 per ATM transaction.
     
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    Not 7000.... I tried to get 7000 out a few weeks ago to pay for my bike.... the ATM asked me to try a smaller amount.

    6500 doesn't work ... or 6000.....

    I had to get a cashier's check.
     
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    I would first read up about CTR's.
     
  23. Hammer

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    Use the motor bank, I've gotten about 5000 out that way. I don't know about 10k and up because I've used cashier checks for that.