What ‘No Foreign Currency Transaction Fees’ Really Means (and What it Doesn’t Mean)

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    When you use a standard credit card, and make a purchase outside of your home country, there’s generally a fee. If your purchase is in a foreign currency, you’re subject to your payment network’s foreign exchange rates. Your your card imposes foreign transaction fees, they’ll charge you those — often as much as 3% on […] The post What ‘No Foreign Currency Transaction Fees’ Really Means (and What it Doesn’t Mean) appeared first on View from the Wing.

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