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Topic Review (Newest First)
01-02-2007 11:02 PM
camaraderie Used our citibank cards with no problem in Abacos...Marsh Harbor and Treasure Cay an in Georgetown Exumas no problems. All card machines were at banks and dispensed only Bahamian dollars...so don't take more than you need!
01-02-2007 08:50 PM
georgellop New Providence has dependable ATM's everywhere, it use to be that the City Markets would not take credit cards but most of the marinas will. As far as fraud, I was based in Nassau for 3+ years cruising the Exumas and never had a problem with it.

... have a great trip.
01-02-2007 08:23 PM
yotphix I have frequently used my Bank of America checkcard in bahamas and never had trouble of any sort. In Nassau itself several machines even offer the choice of US or Bahamian dollars!
01-02-2007 08:18 PM
egood
Bank Card

I was not as fortunate and my debit card was not accepted in Marsh Harbor. It may be a function of the bank ATM you're trying to use
01-02-2007 07:54 PM
engcon
Finances in the Bahamas

We were in Eleuthera this October. Had no problems using our Bank of America Check/Debit Card and were able to obtain up to $500 Bahamian from the bank "Hole in the Wall"

Good Luck
01-02-2007 06:42 PM
wmiii
Finances in the Bahamas

I'll be heading over to the Bahamas next month and am interested in whether to carry several hundred dollars in cash or can I depend on credit and debit cards. Also what are the dangers of credit and debit card fraud in the islands, especially away from Nassau?

Thanks,

Wm Mayberry
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