If you didn't get your money out of Greek banks already, it's too late. Lisa Pollack of the FT tweeted two photos showing what happened when a friend tried first to withdraw €100, then went to another machine to try withdrawing €40.
From BBC coverage of the bank closure:
Greek banks are expected to stay shut until 7 July, two days after Greece's planned referendum on the terms it had been offered by international creditors for receiving fresh bailout money.
Greece's capital controls
- A maximum of €60 (£42; $66) can be withdrawn from an account in one day
- Overseas transfers of cash prohibited, except for vital, pre-approved commercial transactions.