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Since Tradehill disappeared, which was really sad, I cannot find any Bitcoin exchange that let's me deposit and withdraw euros without fees, while they do for US dollars. Both Mt.Gox and Intersango have a 10-20 PLN fee that their bank charge. While Bitstamp has a 0.90 EUR fee + a EUR-USD conversion rate. Note that I'm looking for a real exchange, not for a person-to-person service like Bitmarket.eu or Bitcoin.de.

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Probably not, for now. - en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Selling_bitcoins –  Stephen Gornick Apr 24 '12 at 22:21
    
@stevenroose: the Intersango SEPA fee is not 10-20 PLN, it is exactly 5 PLN, which is about 1.23 EUR. Both in and out. That is not that much. Well, and if its such a problem, just open yourself and account in Bank Zachodni WBK in Poland - they your transfers between you account and Intersango will be free - both in and out. Just one trip to Poland with your passport and perhaps some paper with your address - can be foreign. The EUR account is free of monthly charges, you can also deposit and withdraw EUR from it in cash for free in branches (in Poland). –  miernik Apr 28 '12 at 17:08
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They could simply open a bank account in a full EU country where bank transfers are free... EU law states that SEPA fees cannot be higher than national fees. Most EU countries have a law that says that national transfers have to be totally free, so SEPA has to as well. But seemingly the Polish law still allows fees for national transfers as well –  Steven Roose Apr 29 '12 at 18:12
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Would a non-bank transfer work? How about getting a realoadable prepaid debit card and using that for spending / ATM use?

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A reloadable debit card? A debit card for spending / ATM use can't perform it's own internet payments as far as I know. They are linked to your bank account so in se, it's just the same as doing a bank transfer. I could try some payment site and use a credit card, but credit cards always involve fees, which are avoidable with regular bank transfers. –  Steven Roose Apr 28 '12 at 8:43
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Bitcoin Central from France which just got a payment services processor license and as you mentioned: Bitstamp from Slovenia? I would go with the regulated French exchanger.

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Does it have no SEPA fee? –  Steven Roose Jan 8 '13 at 9:41
    
I checked, it has no fee for deposits, 0.99 EUR for withdrawals. Reasonable :) –  Steven Roose Jan 8 '13 at 9:44
    
Bitstamp has free Euro deposits and a 0.90€ fee for Euro withdrawals. Also, according to [bitstamp.net/about_us/](Bitstamps about page) the company is located in UK. –  Murch Aug 23 '13 at 18:07
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