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BANGKOK 21 February 2019 01:02
Sandman77

Can’t wishdrawl 30k baht anymore?

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I noticed that is not possible to withdrawal more then 20k with my scb card on a other banks atm like kasikorn

Also with my Eu visa the give me only 20000 at one time not 30 k asking my bank the say there is only a 1000€ limit a day for withdrawal but not a one time limit

When thai card issued from same bank I can get still 30k at one time!

 

 

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Kbank, Bangkok Bank, light blue color bank - can't withdraw over 20k with foreign Visa

 

Yellow bank - can withdraw 30k with foreign visa

 

Citibank - can withdraw 50k with foreign visa

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Where is a city bank ? Never seen last year I got 3000 k in k bank in past only 20k possible
TMB give also 30k and krungsri how about Aon?


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There are only 3 Citibank ATMs in Thailand

 

Asok

Central World Siam

don't remember the third

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SCB I believe they are now limited to 20k THB,  but you have can up the limit via online Banking.

 

I recently did also the purchasing limit was set to low limit (20k I believe)

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30 minutes ago, MJCM said:

SCB I believe they are now limited to 20k THB,  but you have can up the limit via online Banking.

 

I recently did also the purchasing limit was set to low limit (20k I believe)

I honestly can't find it anymore how I did it, I checked in both SCB online banking and the Phone app but at the moment I honestly can't find it.

 

If you want to change it, just call their service number : 02-777-7777

 

Sorry when I have found it I will report back

 

 

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5555555555

 

I thought I went crazy ! Found it !!!!!!!!!!!!

 

It's via Internet Banking (PC)

 

Click on

 

- My account

- Next to your Savings account, click on VIEW

- Scroll down and select SET CARD LIMIT

 

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19 hours ago, AtoZ said:

Kbank, Bangkok Bank, light blue color bank - can't withdraw over 20k with foreign Visa

 

Yellow bank - can withdraw 30k with foreign visa

 

Citibank - can withdraw 50k with foreign visa

I am primarily using BB and SCB ATMs,

with foreign plastic some ATMs offer 30k, some only 20k.

 

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19 hours ago, AtoZ said:

There are only 3 Citibank ATMs in Thailand

 

Asok

Central World Siam

don't remember the third

Google shows City Advance

Located in: The Mall Thapra
Address: 99 Ratchadapisek Rd Khwaeng Bukkhalo, Khet Thon Buri, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10600
 

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I have never used my SCB debit card on other ATM's due to the fees, let alone outside of my local town as SCB also charge for withdrawing from other SCB ATM's/branches outside my local town, that said, I have used the ATM at Krungsri to withdraw money with my debit card from home and have withdrawn 30,000 baht and 15,000 baht after that as my daily limit on my debit card from home has a limit of $2,000AUS, that said fees are payable for each withdrawal, however my bank back home picks up the tab on the fees, and I do know if you walk in and ask for a counter withdrawal, they have a limit of 150,000 for a one off fee equal to that of the ATM fee, which I believe is 220 baht, however my bank won't pick up the tab for over the counter withdrawals, worth noting if your looking to pull out a lump sum and want to avoid the catchy repeat fees for the 20,000 baht limit @ 200 or 220 per withdrawal.

 

As for you SCB debit card, you may have to increase the limit, i.e. I have withdrawn 100,000 in a day (my card limit), i.e. 5 x 20,000 withdrawals, but not from other ATMs as stated earlier, only from SCB ATM's in my local town and no charge for using their ATM of course.

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For me, I too find there are a few problems with ATMs.  Now the £/฿ exchange rate is so low and the "Visa" limit is £500 in the UK, I'm limited to that much in Thai Baht.  When the exchange rate was higher, I used to get ฿30,000.  Then some machines only issue 20 notes, so asking for ฿15,900 to get change was all right (15 * 1K, 1 * 500, 4 * 100) but you couldn't ask for more unless you had all 1,000's.  The newer machines seem to be able to output many more notes  Then some Banks have their own card limit and that restricts what you can get.  As I'm with Kasikorn, their accounts have settings too - Oh, and if it worked yesterday, that doesn't mean that your card will work today.

 

The good thing about the rules in Thailand is that there are plenty to choose from.

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Used my overseas HSBC card and got 30k from the ATMA at TMB yesterday but costs 220 baht to withdraw. 

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I have been with Bangkok Bank for over 18 years and I have never been able to withdraw more then 20,000 baht on my ATM card per transaction. If I needed say, 30,000 baht I reinserted my ATM card for the extra 10,000 baht. For me it is 20,000 baht per transaction and not per day.

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For example on the withdrawal/spending limit on a Bangkok Bank UnionPay debit card....can change up to Bt500K in some cases....but I "think" around Bt200K is what most accounts will be limit to in terms of daily ATM withdrawals.  Other Bangkok Bank debit cards are similar .  Anyway, you can change the daily ATM limit to a much higher amount than Bt20K.

 

 

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