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canadian debit card
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As long as it is as a Plus Network card then you should have no problems.
(Look for the PLUS logo on your card. Most ATMs in Europe use the Cirrus and/or the PLUS network.)
Note to other Canadians: PC Financial Bank (owned by CIBC) also uses the PLUS network, but the logo is not on their debit cards for some reason.
CIBC works great, just find an ATM with the plus symbol on it.
Since you’re canadian – I recommend looking into the CAA card. You have to be a CAA member, but the card is awesome. It works like a bank card – you load it up, pick a pin and then you can use it in any country without any hassles. I used it on my tour at a variety of different ATMs and never had a problem.
Is this the CAA card? CAA Card
I believe so – although at the time I don’t think that they were partnered with visa. Otherwise it looks to be the same card.
i was thinking about getting the CAA visa card, but now you said that you have to be a CAA member, i have to think about it, since im not a caa member. are you sure that you have to be a caa memeber in order to get the card?
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