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The banking facilities in Skopelos are adequate. You can exchange all types of currency, cash cheques, draw on your credit cards or use the ATM facilities. There are three Banks on Skopelos town, all situated on the water front, and are open from 08:00'' to 14:30'' Monday to Thursday and 08:00'' to 14:00'' on Fridays.

  BANK Phones Fax

0030 24240

1. EMPORIKI BANK OF GREECE 22700, 23576, 22015, 23252, 23676, 23910 23005
2. NATIONAL BANK OF GREECE 22396, 22224, 22691 23206
3. AGRICULTURAL BANK OF GREECE 22384, 23204, 22527 22384
Advice to ATM users

Here is some advice for your safety, when using ATMs:
When you use ATMs:

  • Before starting with your transaction, carefully check the surroundings for any suspicious movements.

  • Make sure that there is no added device at the ATM premises, the presence of which cannot be justified.

  • If you spot any suspicious objects, alterations or signs at the card slot, such as a distorted frame, scratches, additional devices, holes etc, avoid using this particular ATM and immediately report your findings to the Bank.

  • In case the ATM keeps your card or in case you encounter any problem whatsoever during the transaction, report it only to the Bank that issued your card.

  • Do not trust unknown people offering to help you use the ATM or asking for your Personal Identification Number.

  • In case the ATM breaks down, dial only the telephone numbers of the Bank.

  • When entering your PIN, "protect" the keyboard, so that no one standing around can see the four digit number.

  • If you need to use an ATM at night and at an isolated area, make sure you are not alone.

  • If you use an ATM inside a separate booth, do not allow to people you do not know to enter this area during your transaction.

  • When using an ATM, do not leave your keys or valuable objects in your car nor the car engine turned on.