There are actually more than 75 credit cards on the Visa network that have "Platinum” in their name, according to WalletHub’s database. So "Platinum Visa card” isn’t as descriptive as you might think. But that doesn’t mean it’s meaningless. For one thing, we know a Platinum Visa card can be used pretty much anywhere that takes plastic, as Visa is one of the world’s largest card networks. There’s also a good chance that the card is for someone with good or excellent credit, as only a few Visa Platinum cards will approve you with lesser credit standing. Similarly, most Visa Platinum cards do not charge annual fees.
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