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Sep 2, 2004, 4:25 PM

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Re: [pathall] ATM Fees in Mexico

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It is called Scotia Bank Inverlat in Mexico. The Canadian Expats like it because if they are customers in Canada they get a break on fees (or maybe don't pay ATM fees either). Scroll down the left side see "services outside Canada"

Someone posted that Scotia and the HSBC are affiliated with the Bank of America. I don't think that's correct. HSBC just bought Banco Bital in Mexico. They both have subsidiaries in the USA as in many other countries worldwide. Scotia is Canadian and HSBC is Asian. I would be interested to find out if they had anything to do with B of A because we has an HSBC account (formerly Bital) and that was not mentioned.

"Here is a little quote from their English site.
We are proud to be able to say that the banking service we now offer is among the most efficient in Mexico and that in order to fully satisfy your financial needs we have doubled our coverage over a period of only two years. We now offer more than 1000 ATMs at Scotiabank Inverlat branches and in shopping centres, gas stations, VIPs, and major retail chains, such as Soriana, Gigante, Comercial Mexicana, Superama, SAM's, Wal-mart and Oxxo."

The ATM locator on their site is wonky and doesn't scroll down properly for me, but I could see there is one in Leon, GTO (and other in GTO) before it cuts off. Maybe the website will work better for your browser and you will find one in your area.

P.S. I didn't realize this thread had gone into page two when I replied.

(This post was edited by Marlene on Sep 2, 2004, 4:51 PM)

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