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Fees may now be paid only at Citibank in either Cristobal or Balboa, and no longer direct to the Panama Canal Commission. Payments can be made only in cash, bank transfer or VISA credit card. In Cristobal, the office is on the second floor, Administration Building, No. 1105, and in Balboa, first floor, Building 729. An appointment will be made to visit the boat.
Maybe it's just the bank, but I think someplace else it mentions it's faster to get a refund if you use citibank visa for the deposit
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Watch out for the bank's fascination with fees. I am probably going to go to court with Washington Mutual about a practice of theirs which to me .at least borders on dishonest. I was purchasing inventory from suppliers on a debit card. When it hit -0-, the debit would be rejected, and the supplier would shift the charge to a regular alternate credit card. Washington Mutual, "as a service to me" started honoring debit card overdrafts, and of course charged me $25 for each one. I raised hell, and they would stop the practice for maybe a month, and then start it again. THe local branch tried hard to correct the situation to no avail as the bank was making a huge amount off myself and all others who were in the same boat.

Banks have become incredibly adept at thinking up new ways to make your money theirs.
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