The Chase Ink Business Unlimited foreign transaction fee is 3% of each transaction in U.S. dollars. The Ink Business Unlimited foreign fee is consistent with what other credit cards that have fees for international purchases charge. The fee is a surcharge added to any purchase made outside of the U.S., as well as to transactions processed in another country, such as online orders through a foreign-based website.
If you frequently do business abroad, you’ll save money by using a credit card with no foreign transaction fee. Chase also offers the Ink Business Preferred card, which does not charge you extra for non-U.S. transactions. Some popular Chase consumer cards that do not charge a foreign transaction fee include Amazon Prime Rewards Visa, Chase Sapphire Preferred, and Chase Sapphire Reserve.
The Chase foreign transaction fee is $0 to 3% of each transaction in U.S. dollars, depending on the specific credit card. A foreign transaction fee is a surcharge that some credit cards add to transactions processed outside of the United States. The fee applies whether it’s a purchase at a physical location in a foreign country or an online transaction through an internationally-based merchant.… read full answer
The Chase debit cards that they show on their website charge a fee of 3% on every transaction you make in a currency that isn’t US dollars. That covers ATM withdrawals, cash transactions away from ATMs, and purchases you make with your card.
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