gerard wrote:Actually Azteca are in the Fondo de Seguro de Depósitos. There is a list here http://www.fsd.org.pe/paginas/02-miembros/02-01-bancos.html
FHCZ wrote:Hey, my antivirus blocked this link because it was infected, so be careful don't click on it!
falconagain wrote:Between 2007 to 2010 I used Interbank without any problem. Some people
have mentioned that the Peruvian Banco de la Nacion has improved too.
FHCZ wrote:gerard wrote:Actually Azteca are in the Fondo de Seguro de Depósitos. There is a list here http://www.fsd.org.pe/paginas/02-miembros/02-01-bancos.html
Hey, my antivirus blocked this link because it was infected, so be careful don't click on it!
Philipc4u59 wrote: I find it quite appealing to save 10% on purchases of food; I am not 65 - so no shopping on Wednesdays for these generous discounts.
Philipc4u59 wrote:I am interested in opening an account & have my Social Security check deposited directly - any suggestions?
Philipc4u59 wrote:I get frustrated by two "policies":
1. NO RETURNS; I bought an XL shirt, only to find too small.
richiecry wrote: The very strange thing though....is that the card worked in a Scotiabank ATM in Arequipa....
richiecry wrote:I have a story. Having returned to Canada after living in the USA for 14 years, I decided to open a Scotiabank account in Canada knowing that I would be moving to Peru sometime in 2013. Scotiabank (a Canadian bank) advertises no ATM charges in any country where there ATMs/branches are located. I as well did not bother bringing any cash as I always used ATMs freely in Peru during the time I lived in the USA and had no issues. I also did not worry as I remembered (correctly) that there were a number of Scotiabanks in Miraflores close or on Avenida Larco. I then tried 4 different Scotiabank ATMs from actual Scotiabank branches and my Scotiabank card did NOT work at any of them. For a joke, my brother tried his Bank of Montreal card at one of the Scotiabank ATMs and IT WORKED! Scotiabank ended up refunding all the ATM charges once I returned and promised to look into why the ATMs did not accept my card. The very strange thing though....is that the card worked in a Scotiabank ATM in Arequipa....
Every time I leave Canada I phone Scotia and RBC and tell them that my card will be used in Peru from X date to X date.
chi chi wrote:With INTERBANK you have to inform them if you are going to use your card abroad otherwise you can't use it abroad.
Everytime, I go abroad they want to know from what date to what date, and in which country or country you are going to use your card.
fanning wrote:Luckily I still had my Scotiabank card, else I would have been without money in Brasil.
fanning wrote:The biggest bank in Peru is Banco de Credito de Peru, and I can recommend it.
Their website is http://www.viabcp.com You can get any Visa debit/credit card. Try to get in the Banco Exclusiva program, as you get better service..
Goran James wrote:
You CAN open an bank account without Carnet de extranjeria. And its also different from office in office of knowledge about this I see.