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Thread: Check cashing policies

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    alu is offline
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    Apr 2010

    Check cashing policies

    We prefer to use CC’s as little as possible & to avoid any ATM or Travelers Check fees, we’re looking for information regarding (personal) check cashing policies in Aruba? We know Casa del mar has a $250 maximum per stay but does anyone know the policies for Aruba Beach Club and Costa Linda? Does it pertain to registered guests or limited to only the timeshare owners of that resort?
    What about the casinos…will they cash personal checks (specifically the Alhambra)?

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    Senior Member AndyM's Avatar
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    Feb 2011
    Paradise Beach Villas Eagle Beach
    I would expect you to run into a lot of resistance to check cashing. It has become a thing of the past. Credit and debit cards have taken their place as it is safer for the merchant and easier than writing a check for the customer.

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    Super Moderator Jacki's Avatar
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    May 2007
    I would honestly suggest contacting the resort directly. Even if some of our members were aware of the check cashing policy in the recent past it may have changed and I would hate to see someone travel without enough cash.
    Jacki ~ loving Aruba from NJ

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    Senior Member arubabob's Avatar
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    Feb 2011
    Eagle Beach, Baby Beach, Arashi Beach Tierra Del Sol golf course
    I know most of the vendors wont take checks. One lady told us the banks charge them a hefty fee for each check they deposit so its not worth it to them.

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