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Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Beware of currency conversion fees By Claes Bell, CFA •

Beware of currency conversion fees By Claes Bell, CFA •


Rick Steves’ Europe: Card Fees (and How to Avoid Them)

By Rick Steves Retrieved February 6, 2015 One has a particularly good reputation for no-fee international transactions on both its credit cards and its debit cards linked to a checking account. Most credit unions have low-to-no international transaction fees. Bankrate has a good comparison chart of major credit cards and their currency-conversion fees….

Beware of currency conversion fees By Claes Bell, CFA •

Credit Cards » Beware Of Currency Conversion Fees

If you do a lot of international traveling, you've probably been stung by an unpleasant surprise lurking at the bottom of your bank statement or credit card bill: a currency conversion fee. While the CARD Act has done plenty to reduce sometimes exorbitant credit card fees, it left currency conversion fees untouched, ensuring travelers will have at least one unpleasant vacation memory.

Consult this chart to see the fees charged by the largest U.S. credit card issuers.

Capital One

ATM withdrawal: None for online accounts, $1.50 for some accounts opened in bank branches

Credit card purchase: None

Debit card purchase: None

Credit card cash advance: None

Fees charged even if transaction is in U.S. dollars?: No

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