Bank of America International Customer Service & Contact Numbers
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Call international collect

1.315.724.4022
You must use your country's operator to call international collect. If you dial without operator assistance, you may incur international charges.
Mon–Fri 8 a.m.-11 p.m. ET
Sat–Sun 8 a.m.-8 p.m. ET
All times ET. Automated support is available 24/7.

Lost or stolen card?

Notify us immediately by signing in to Online Banking or calling us:
For credit card issues:
1.757.677.4701
For debit card issues:
1.315.724.4022
Mon–Fri 7 a.m.-10 p.m. or Sat–Sun 8 a.m.-5 p.m. All times ET.

Call international collect

1.315.724.4022
You must use your country's operator to call international collect. If you dial without operator assistance, you may incur international charges.
Mon–Fri 8 a.m.-11 p.m. ET
Sat–Sun 8 a.m.-8 p.m. ET
All times ET. Automated support is available 24/7.

Lost or stolen card?

Notify us immediately by signing in to Online Banking or calling us:
For credit card issues:
1.757.677.4701
For debit card issues:
1.315.724.4022
Mon–Fri 7 a.m.-10 p.m. or Sat–Sun 8 a.m.-5 p.m. All times ET.

Tips for worry-free travel outside the U.S.

A travel checklist can help you plan ahead, avoid problems and reduce stress. Here are a few travel tips to get you started on creating your own checklist:

  • Take your banking with you wherever you go with the Mobile Banking app
  • Get rewarded for your travel expenses by using the BankAmericard Travel Rewards® Credit Card: You'll earn unlimited 1.5 points for every $1 you spend on all purchases everywhere, every time and there's no expiration on points
  • Register a USB security key for an extra layer of security and increased transfer limits when using Online and Mobile Banking.
  • Use a digital wallet, a digital form of your physical debit or credit card that has a unique card number different from your physical card's number
  • Find an international partner ATM and avoid the non-Bank of America ATM $5 usage fee. (Please note that the international ATM locator is not yet available on the Mobile Banking app, so when using a mobile device visit our locations page or search for "international ATMs" using your mobile browser.)
  • Order foreign currency before you travel and avoid the hassle and expense of changing money abroad
  • Book your flight, hotel, car or cruise with using the Bank of America Travel Center
  • Contact your mobile phone carrier prior to leaving the U.S. to ensure your plan includes international calling

For more travel tips, check out these 10 tips for a worry-free vacation.

Questions you may have when traveling

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What do I do if I my ATM Card is not working or has been lost or stolen? , open

If your card has been lost or stolen, contact us immediately by calling collect: 315.424.4022 from outside the U.S. or 800.432.1000 domestically (Mon–Fri 7 a.m.-10 p.m. or Sat–Sun 8 a.m.-5 p.m., excluding holidays; all times ET). You can also sign in to Online Banking and request a replacement card.

If your card is in your possession but is being declined or not working at an ATM, sign into Online or Mobile Banking and make sure you have sufficient funds or credit available to cover your transaction.

If your card is not working due to being blocked for suspicious or unusual activity, you may receive a text, email and/or notification when you sign into Online or Mobile Banking. Upon signing in you may be asked to verify recent activity to ensure your card information has not been compromised.

What are some tips for using an ATM in foreign countries? , open

Check the network: You can use your Bank of America debit card or ATM card anywhere you see the CIRRUS symbol. In addition to CIRRUS, you can use ATMs with the MasterCard or Visa symbols. The symbol on the front of your card will indicate if your card is MasterCard or Visa.

Find the nearest MasterCard/CIRRUS ATM layer
Find the nearest Visa ATM layer

What happens if I am unable to use my debit card or ATM card at an international ATM? , open

If you're unable to use a foreign ATM, you may be able to use your debit card or ATM card to withdraw funds at a local bank.

Where can I find out information about the safety of traveling to a foreign country? , open

You can search country-specific information such as travel restrictions and public announcements issued by the U.S. government.

What should I do if I'm having trouble calling internationally? , open

Some countries may require that you enter an international access code or + from any mobile phone prior to entering a country code, area code and phone number. If you are outside the U.S. and are having trouble making an international call using 1, the area code and the phone number, we suggest adding the international access code first and trying your call again. (Example: Europe’s international access code is 00 or + from a mobile phone, so to make an international call to the U.S. from Europe when an access code is required you would dial 00, 1, area code, phone number.) You can find your country's international access code using most online search engines.

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