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Bob4
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reply to ilikeme

Re: CHASE bank

You're better off using Capital One for overseas charges -- No foreign currency fees. I saved a bunch when I charged my Paris hotel bill to my Capital One card.


ilikeme
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said by Bob4:

You're better off using Capital One for overseas charges -- No foreign currency fees. I saved a bunch when I charged my Paris hotel bill to my Capital One card.

I have had Capital One in the past and prefer USAA. I hardly ever travel outside of the US, so the foreign transaction charge does not bother me. USAA only charges 1%. I have used it in the UK, France, and The Netherlands and it was fine.
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I use UBS for cc purchases overseas. Same deal no transaction fees. The chase card is debit and I have found out I am ahead currency conversion using ATM, even with the 5 buck ATM fee.
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reply to Bob4
said by Bob4:

You're better off using Capital One for overseas charges -- No foreign currency fees. I saved a bunch when I charged my Paris hotel bill to my Capital One card.

I get that with Chase as well.
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