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    Senior Member arubamark's Avatar
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    Thanks Lisa! That's cool!

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    Thanks so much for the info Lisa!

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    Thanks Johny. We are here now and will be very careful with our cards.

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    no problem, the bank is now investigating the issue and they said i would get refunded the $2000.00 in the next few days while they are in the process. They will send me an affidavit and we will go from there.

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    Sorry to hear these situations really put a dark cloud on the whole Aruba experience!!

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    Boy that really stinks, I guess I will try not to use my debit card as much. and just use a credit card when we are there...Or better still bring cash








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    Johnyraz

    What rental car company did you use in Aruba. Please let us know.

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    I used Value

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    As an international banker, I always suggest to travelers to take two (2) credit cards when traveling for the simple fact that the magentic strip on the back can become corrupted and thus, unreadable, rendering it useless. One Visa and one MasterCard is ideal for worldwide acceptance.

    Personally, I leave my debit card at home when traveling, especially overseas. When using my debit card locally, I never use it in a situation where the card has to leave my possession as that is when it's likely to get "double-swiped", once for the real transaction and the second time in a portable felonious reader to be used later by rings of thieves. Creeps.....

    I find that a good 'cash' contingency for traveling is travelers cheques. Most banks sell them to their clients without fees but even if you do have to pay a fee, it's a small amount and cheap insurance. In the event you don't use them, you can always deposit them back to your account or simply save them for the next trip.

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    What Car Rental venue did you use? We go to Aruba every year, and I would like to avoid a repeat of your terrible experience.---- Thanks.

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