The Mission Lane Card exchange rate is Visa’s exchange rate on the date you make a purchase, plus any foreign transaction fees. While Visa exchange rates change daily, the Mission Lane Card foreign fee is always 3% of the transaction in U.S. dollars.
It’s best to use a credit card with no foreign transaction fee when making purchases from international merchants. As long as you have such a card and avoid dynamic currency conversion, the exchange rates you’ll pay on international spending with a credit card will be much lower than those you’d get from converting cash with banks, credit unions, or airport currency exchange services.
The Mission Lane Credit Card's credit limit starts at $300. Credit limits are generally calculated based on your income and credit history, and Mission Lane will re-evaluate your account at least every 12 months to see if you're eligible for a credit limit increase.
Credit limits are generally calculated based on your income and credit history. But Mission Lane will re-evaluate your account at least every 12 months to see if you're eligible for...
You can get a Mission Lane Credit Card cash advance by using your card and PIN at any ATM that displays the Visa logo. You could also request one in any bank lobby with your card and a photo ID, or you could use your convenience checks.
Keep in mind, though, that cash advances are really expensive. Besides the 29.99% (V) cash advance APR, you'll be charged with a 3% (min $10) cash advance fee and possible ATM...
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