How do I get to check for the acceptance of a UOB JCB Card for overseas ATM locations?

If one is planning an overseas trip and has the UOB JCB Card, how does one go about checking for the ATM locations that accept the Card?

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    When traveling abroad, there are essentially two ways to check the acceptance of the UOB JCB card and that is via affiliate financial institutions that accept JCB cards and via JCB ATM locator. For the former, the ATM withdrawal limit may vary and you may not be able to withdraw a large amount of cash in a single session so do note that at some ATMs, you may have the option to select payment in a currency other than the local currency, for example, the Japanese yen and US dollars for cards issued in Japan. If you select payment in a currency other than the local currency, the payment amount will match the amount you have agreed to as listed on the receipt. Please note that the exchange amount is not based on JCB's rate, but the rate set independently by the ATM owner. On the other hand for the latter option which is the JCB ATM Locator, it makes it possible for you to search for ATMs nearby using your location or keywords, then check where the ATMs are located and how to reach them on a map. The location-based search and route finder are only available for smartphones unfortunately. We want to believe that they will incorporate it to operate on personal computers.

    2019.08.01 6:15

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