ATM withdrawal With or Without conversion - Accept or Decline ?

What is the difference between withdrawing the money from ATM with conversion and without conversion ?

Should I choose accept conversion or decline conversion ?
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27 Apr 2022 at 04:45 PM
The difference between money withdrawal from ATM with conversion and without conversion may look "not big", but one of them could cost you quite a lot of money. Usually you can see these two options when trying to withdraw a foreign currency abroad.

ATM money withdrawal without conversion - means your home bank or credit card company does the currency conversion.

ATM money withdrawal with conversion - means the bank or company that operates the ATM does the currency conversion. This option may be more expensive than money withdrawal without conversion, because of fees. When withdrawing the money with conversion, the information about transaction fees should be visible on ATM's screen. For a currency conversion, there can be applied percentage charge, flat fee etc.

You have to choose the option which you need or which is better for you. I would say the better option is the one, that cost you less money. ATM money withdrawal with currency conversion is often more expensive than withdrawal without currency conversion.
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28 Apr 2022 at 11:47 AM
Ben
Money withdrawal from ATM with conversion can be sometimes much more expensive than withdrawal without conversion.

In some cases, there can be applied both percentage charge and also a fixed fee, when withdrawing the money with currency conversion. If you are withdrawing smaller amount of money, the total charge for conversion can be even around 25%.
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29 Apr 2022 at 06:14 PM
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