bank exchange rate news:
- Scotiabank Momentum MasterCard (formerly Chase MasterCard . . .
Hi guys, As of June 1, 2017 Scotiabank no longer waives a 2 5% foreign exchange fee that had been grandfathered to all account holders from the time Scotia took over the Chase MasterCard portfolio in 2015 (to me the shocking part was that it took Scotia this long to get us all feed up, not the fact that it did)
- Brim Financial credit card: no forex fee | Credit card . . .
gicjunkie said Home Trust Preferred Visa still looks like the best bet for me with no forex fee It would be muuuch better without this, though:
- The Best Way to Exchange Foreign Currency
When you exchange foreign currency it is important to find the cheapest and best way to exchange currency This post evaluates all of your options for buying foreign currency
- Review: Scotiabank Passport Visa Infinite - RateHub Blog
The new Scotiabank Passport Visa Infinite card brings a major perk often lacking in the Canadian travel rewards market: no foreign currency transaction fee The best travel credit cards in Canada offer bonus points, travel insurance, and a host of extra benefits, but it’s pretty rare to find one that doesn’t charge a foreign transaction fee
- Comparing credit card currency conversion costs . . .
Bottom line: a credit card that doesn't charge forex fees is your best bet If you can't find one of those, you may be better off a safe amount of exchanging currency - but only if you do so at a bank
- Converting Euros To Dollars In Canada
As a result of a recent trip, I have a number of euros that I wanted to convert to Canadian dollars I thought it would be interesting to take a look at different options to convert the money and determine what the different conversion rates are and if it is worthwhile to try to get a lower rate