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No more credit card travel fees

No more credit card fees when you travel abroud with your motorcycle.

I learned about this card, it was pointed to me from New Zealand guy Ken, thank you my friend! He told me that with this card I don't have to pay any fees and it doesn't matter where I was traveling and what I was paying. Also, it is completely free with no annual fees. That sounded a little suspicious, at least to me, but I decided to give it a try. I signed up, it took me like 15-20min to be aproved, very fast. Confirmed my identity by providing a picture from of my Id and a selfie, straight from the phone. Immediately I had the IBAN and SWIFT and I was able to make bank transfers. A week later the card arrived in my mail. To load it with money was a piece of a cake, I just used my existing credit card and I started spending to see what would happen. Nothing, I used it for more than 2 months and had no monthly or transaction fees. I used it to pay in many shops, petrol stations, sent money to friends and family, even made a few bank transfers and received one international payment.

Now you might say: Yes, but you still needed to use your credit card to load it. Yes, I did and this costed me 2.5 euro for one transaction, it didn't matter how much I spend, 2 or 2000 euro, but at the same time I was able to do more than 30 different payments which costed me zero. If I use my normal card as I usually do it would cost me a minumum 50-60 euro fees + the standard bank account annual prices.

All right, where is the catch? How do the they earn money if there are no fees? That's a logical and expectable question. They have 3 subscription models. The one I used is standard, which is free. The other two, premium and metal, cost some money, but come with more extras. Another downside is the cash machine withdraw limit. With my standard (free) subscription plan I am able to withdraw to 200 euro per month without commission. After that 200 euro treshhold there will be a 0.5%. commission.

Being a traveler from a long time I have tried all possible systems. Credit, debit cards, cash and even some different ways of payments. They all work, but not the way I have expected. Because of the positives that I just mentioned you I can highly recommend this company to everyone.

Revolut card

You can order free card from here.