Yes, you can use the Spark Classic card to pay for maintenance on your car as long as the repair shop accepts credit card payments.
Spark Classic belongs to the VISA network, so you’ll be able to use it pretty much anywhere that accepts credit cards as VISA benefits from extensive worldwide acceptance.
Spark Classic also comes with a $0 foreign transaction fee. So you won’t have to worry about extra costs when servicing your vehicle abroad, or using your card for any other purchases outside the U.S., or online, through international merchants.
The Spark Classic credit score requirement is 640+. This means that you need to have at least fair credit to get this card.
At the same time, though, Spark Classic is also designed for people with limited credit. So, you should be able to qualify for this card even if you have less than 3 years of credit history.… read full answer
However, meeting the credit score requirements doesn’t guarantee that your application for Spark Classic will be approved. The issuer will also take into account various other factors like your credit history, income, and any debts you might have.
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