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What commission each of these banks charges for ATM cash withdrawal of dinars from cards issued by other banks?

  • Vojvođanska banka
  • Banka Intesa
  • Komercijalna banka
  • Alpha Bank Srbija A.D.

Tried several banks with Google Translate, but failed to find such info in their tariffs.

Update: And do ATMs in Serbia normally/always display commission to be taken before proceeding to withdrawal?

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May be better for money.SE. – Karlson Feb 26 '14 at 15:46
@karlson It's somewhere in between, but if you feel that it's more appropriate there, I believe you have enough power to move it to Money.SE, right? – yurkennis Feb 26 '14 at 16:41
Don't take this as an exact amount, but somewhere about 1 euros + some small (less than 0.5% of the withdrawn amount) percentage. – Rook Feb 26 '14 at 18:34
@yurkennis - Didn't think it was worth it being an answer. But since nobody's pushing it, I'll just copy these comments into it. – Rook Feb 26 '14 at 22:36
@yurkennis - No. You (from what I recall) can't see it on the printed note. The way to see it is to go to your account prinout and then see that you haven't withdrawn 100 but 112 (making up these), the 12 was the commision. Inpractical, but we live in the world of commisions :/ – Rook Feb 27 '14 at 12:27

Don't take this as an exact amount but somewhere around 1 euros + some small (less than 0.5% of the withdrawn amount) percentage. Haven't gone and tested this with every one of them, but from what I'm aware, this is a relatively standard provision and applies to most banks in the region (Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina) when you're withdrawing cash from an account not belonging to that bank.

For example, in Croatia when withdrawing from different ATMs with a debit card VisaElectron (the one that withdraws money directly from your account, so, not a credit card of any sort) the provision is 10kn (1.31 eur) + 0.4% of the withdrawn amount.

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Myself I have tried only one ATM in rural Serbia: Aik Banka charged no commission for cards issued by other banks (as of downtown of Kopaonik, Konaci square). And it doesn't display any notice of zero commission, neither on screen, in receipts nor printed next to ATM.

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I'm using Mastercard and withdrawal price of $2 per transaction (and 0.5 per declined transaction) has been set by card issuer and no additional fees is paid while withdrawing using ATMs in Serbia

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