Best business credit card for international transactions

Hi guys, looking for some help with this. I am on the lookout for a credit card where there are no international transaction fees. I just need to be able to make payments to a supplier based in China. If you have any experience of one, please do share. 

I have done a lot of google searches and I am unable to find one that is free, pays a bit of cashback or avios and has no international fees. 

Please share experiences and gotchas if you can, I would be much obliged.

Replies

  • edited 14 October at 4:09AM
    lr1277lr1277 Forumite
    943 Posts
    Part of the Furniture 500 Posts Combo Breaker
    ✭✭✭
    edited 14 October at 4:09AM
    This is not a recommendation as I have no experience with this card.

    But according to this article on Head for Points. the Capital on Tap Visa credit card will give you most of what you want. But it does cost £99/year.


    I am aware that AMEX offer cards to limited companies. But most (if not all) are not free, there will be a FX charge and is less likely to be accapted in B2B transactions than a VISA card.

    The question for you is will the savings in FX fees and avios points outweigh the yearly charge. And I would imagine the yearly fee is tax deductible in your annual accounts.

    HTH.

  • Savvy_SueSavvy_Sue Forumite
    43.6K Posts
    Part of the Furniture 10,000 Posts Name Dropper
    ✭✭✭✭✭
    Is this for a business, or personal use? 

    There's an article on this page about sending money abroad: https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/bank-accounts/

    And this is where to look for a suitable credit card: https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/borrowing/

    However both of those will be directed more to personal than business customers. 
    Signature removed for peace of mind
  • SandtreeSandtree Forumite
    6.2K Posts
    1,000 Posts Second Anniversary Name Dropper
    ✭✭✭✭
    tekno_2 said:
    Hi guys, looking for some help with this. I am on the lookout for a credit card where there are no international transaction fees. I just need to be able to make payments to a supplier based in China. If you have any experience of one, please do share. 

    I have done a lot of google searches and I am unable to find one that is free, pays a bit of cashback or avios and has no international fees. 

    Please share experiences and gotchas if you can, I would be much obliged.

    Does it have to be a credit card?

    Starling is fee free for business and personal debit cards on international transactions

Sign In or Register to comment.
Latest News and Guides

Cuts announced to alcohol and air passenger duties

And the levy on fuel frozen for 12th year in a row

MSE News

Autumn Budget 2021: full round-up

From minimum wage increases to fuel duty freezes

MSE News