First Hawaiian Bank Waives ATM Fees Through June 30, 2020

April 1, 2020, 10:51 AM HST · Updated April 1, 10:51 AM
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First Hawaiian Bank today announced it is initiating an ATM Fee Waiver Program, now through June 30. Non-First Hawaiian customers can withdraw cash from any of the bank’s network of 270 ATMs throughout Hawaiʻi, without being charged a convenience fee by First Hawaiian Bank.

Additionally, First Hawaiian Bank customers can use another Hawaiʻi bank’s ATMs, including American Savings Bank, Bank of Hawaiʻi, Central Pacific Bank and Hawaiʻi National Bank without incurring fees through the same period, the bank announced.

“We want to make access to cash available and convenient to anyone using one our First Hawaiian ATMs and to provide as much peace of mind as we can during this time,” said Bob Harrison, First Hawaiian Bank Chairman, President and CEO. “While our customers are never charged a fee to use First Hawaiian ATMs, waiving fees for their use of other Hawaiʻi bank ATMs expands the available ATMs our customers may now use without incurring charges to do so.”

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This program is designed to make access easier and fee-free at ATMs that belong to local Hawaiʻi banks. First Hawaiian Bank customers can use any participating Hawaiʻi bank’s ATM without incurring any additional charges. Non-First Hawaiian Bank customers will not be charged to use an FHB ATM, but should check with their bank to see if they will incur a fee from their bank.

FHB’s ATM network in Hawaiʻi includes locations at all First Hawaiian Bank branches as well as select Zippy’s and 7-11 store locations where open.

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