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Washington Mutual's ATM Policy Change

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Washington Mutual is ending its "ATMs for Everyone" policy. Starting November 17th, Washington Mutual will charge people who don't have accounts with the bank for use of its ATMs. The surcharge will be $1.50 in most states and $2 in Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Nevada, and Oregon.

If you're not a WAMU customer and want to continue using WAMU ATMs for free, you can always get a WAMU Free Checking account which doesn't have a monthly fee or minimum balance requirements. This may be what WAMU is hoping for.

You may also want to consider joining other Banks which reimburse you for ATM surcharges. USAA and Compass Bank both reimburse you for using other banks' ATMs.
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