Two credit institutions announced impending rate changes today. As of July 31, Tinkoff Bank will charge a commission for replacement of Mir payment system cards at ATMs of those financial institutions that have not signed collaboration agreements with it.
This was reported by TASS with reference to the representatives of the bank. Tinkoff also emphasized that commission-free replenishment is still available on the machines of partner banks: MCB, VTB, Otkritie and Post Bank.
The commission will be calculated according to the payment card fee: for Tinkoff Black holders, for example, recharging the card at third-party ATMs will cost 2%.
Intenza Bank posted information on the website about a new fee for depositing dollars and euros in cash into user accounts. As of August 1, a credit institution will take 5% of the amount up to $100,000 or 10% if the amount exceeds $100,000.
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