Orville wrote: »
I looked at both of them but having read reviews on trust pilot I decided to go for the Fair fx.
You're correct the clue is in the title of the thread. Well done a brownie point for you :T
You might clear it straight away but you are presuming everyone would. I doubt somehow that would be the case. Like i said which you seem to have forgotten I have a poor credit history and the last thing I would want to do is go down the credit route.
You presume again. Who said I had the money to load it in one go..? I loaded mine over a period of time waiting till it got a round the E1.40 mark each time i did as I didn't have the cash up front.
Very easy to mouth off these things but everyone's circumstances are different. Master cards rate is better yeah and if people want to go and get another credit card fair dues. I do wonder though if you don't pay it back in full etc and over a period of time how much more expensive they would be.
Orville wrote: »
Just a question. On those cards if you hit your limit i take it there is no way of topping up should you get into trouble..?
Pincher wrote: »
The stupid thing is, I will be paying for the hotel room tomorrow, and it will probably be the worst exchange rate so far. Guess what, it's also by far the biggest bill so far.
koru wrote: »
No FX fees on the Santander 123 credit card for purchases during 2016. It has an annual fee, but if you have it for the cashback then might as well take advantage of no FX charges.
Gloomendoom wrote: »
Would foreign purchases be eligible for cashback?
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