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WaMu Customers Now Get Free Withdrawals at WDW

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  • WaMu Customers Now Get Free Withdrawals at WDW

    Trying to find the silver lining in WaMu being bought by JP Morgan Chase. So far, all I've got is that the ATMs at Disney World (can't remember about Disneyland) are all Chase, so I can forego the $2 fee now :P
    I worked at Walt Disney World as a member of the Disney College Program in Spring 2008 and Summer 2010. Now, I build software, design live events, and frequently make the short trek from Costa Mesa to Disneyland with my Annual Passport in hand.

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    Re: WaMu Customers Now Get Free Withdrawals at WDW

    It's the same at Disneyland. Chase is the official bank of Disney (at least in the US). Fee at DLR last week was $2.75... glad that's gone now... at least for Chase/WaMu customers.

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      Re: WaMu Customers Now Get Free Withdrawals at WDW

      Sweet something to look forward to next month on my trip

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        Re: WaMu Customers Now Get Free Withdrawals at WDW

        This is why I get cash beforehand before I go (I bank with a small, local credit union). Then I pay for some things with cash and others with my debit card. But I mostly rely on the cash.

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          Re: WaMu Customers Now Get Free Withdrawals at WDW

          Too bad I rarely use the ATM there LOL
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            Re: WaMu Customers Now Get Free Withdrawals at WDW

            oh? so WaMu customers can now withdraw cash from any ATM in Disneyland and not get a fee? I have never withdrawn money from any ATM in Disneyland resort so I had no clue what kinda ATM's they were...

            That is nice.

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              Re: WaMu Customers Now Get Free Withdrawals at WDW

              Originally posted by clara View Post
              oh? so WaMu customers can now withdraw cash from any ATM in Disneyland and not get a fee? I have never withdrawn money from any ATM in Disneyland resort so I had no clue what kinda ATM's they were...

              That is nice.
              I wouldn't use the word "now" just yet. It'll take a bit before all of the customers are switched over to the Chase computer system, especially as they're still working on the Bear Sterns transition. But it'll happen sooner or later.
              I worked at Walt Disney World as a member of the Disney College Program in Spring 2008 and Summer 2010. Now, I build software, design live events, and frequently make the short trek from Costa Mesa to Disneyland with my Annual Passport in hand.

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