No, I didn't mean it. In fact, I don't have to pay charges for first five transactions of a month. First, it had been as you have said but it was changed that an account holder of any bank can withdraw money from any bank ATMs without any service charge. Again, it is changed that service charge will be applied for withdrawal from other banks but not for first five transactions.
Not anymore. Since Banks are nationalized, If I have an account in Bank of Baroda in Chennai, I can withdraw money from Amritsar without any service charges applied. I can even deposit a cheque in any branch of the bank, where I have the account, around India.
(Bhai, it is not a good idea to withdraw amounts like ₹200 from international banks like ICCCI . I once withdrew ₹100 from ICCCI ATM but I was charged more than half I withdrew. )
Yes, I could have but my main question was which word would be suitable, either extra or additional. Unless emsr pointed out I though the rest of the sentence was okay.
We understand that but the point is still that context can make a difference. If I had been telling a friend what the bank had done, I might say "Can't believe it. I took out $100 from that ATM the other day, and it took an extra $50 off my account". That would absolutely not be the way you would write it in a complaint to the bank and, when writing to the bank, I would say "additional", not "extra". So as you can see, context would have made a difference when deciding which one to use. It was sheer luck that I guessed you wanted the more formal variety and gave you a sentence to use in a letter to a bank manager.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.