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  • hit "cancel" which would convienently switch the transaction from debit to credit.

    Well, so far, it wouldn't be identity theft, rather just... card theft :-)

    the ATM was "temporarily out of service"

    In Portugal, the third time you get the PIN wrong, the ATM "eats" your card.

    *Anyone* could have walked in off the street with my debit card and account number and gained direct access to my account.

    Er... OK, now *that*'s weird. But not too weird, just weird.

    Again, there was no attempt to verify who I was.

    You wouldn't happen to be the son of the bank's owner, would you?

    You realize that if are and are omitting that information from us... O:-)

    Guess what? That other branch didn't ask for any form of ID either.

    Yes, but are you his son? O:-)

    OK, seriously now, it all seems a bit weird... I think I have to ask the same thing as Alias: Which country is this?