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The best credit cards you can count on during your travel overseas

[Monday, July 4th, 2011]

This summer is seeing a surge in overseas travel. While the year 2009 to 2010 showed an increase in the number of people traveling overseas, 2011 continues to see the curve move further northwards.

An important aspect of overseas travel is the choice of credit card to carry along.  One main factor is to inquire if the card will be accepted in all countries. Another factor to consider is the transaction fee levied on every purchase made using the card. Credit card customers have a reason to rejoice since there are companies that offer no foreign transaction fee credit card.

The most favored contender in the credit card segment is Capital One with varied options in their credit card options. The customers get the benefit of choosing an option based on their credit card history. The no foreign transaction fee credit card has its advantages even when you make purchases within US giving you rewards based on your usage. You will also enjoy low interest rates form such cards making them far more favorable among the rest.

No foreign transaction fee credit cards are a boon to travel with but you will have to exercise caution every time you use them. Minimal caution like checking the bills before you sign on the dotted line is one of the effective steps to check fraudulent transactions.

It is also advisable to carry your passport when using the credit card since it may help resolve issues seen during payments with magnetic strip credit cards.

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