Does DBS have foreign transaction fee?

Transactions made overseas or through overseas-based online merchants (including refunds and reversals) are subject to foreign transaction fees of up to 3.25%.

What is the exchange rate on credit cards?

Any time you make a purchase from a foreign merchant — whether you’re at home or overseas — your card issuer may charge foreign transaction fees. The rate varies between credit cards, but it generally ranges between 2.7% and 3% of the converted transaction price.

What is the bank rate for USD?

Foreign Exchange Rates & Currency Fees

Currency Cash (Buy) Cheque (Buy)
USD 135.75 150.48
GBP 183.85 189.92
CAD 113.31 117.50
EUR 155.21 158.70

Can you pay USD with credit card?

Usually, MasterCard and Visa charge a foreign currency transaction fee of 1%. However, most credit card companies add an extra percentage on it, making the fee range from 1.5% to 3% or even more. Therefore, this fee differs from one credit card issuer to the other.

Can DBS receive USD?

Yes. If your My Account is linked as the primary account to your DBS Visa Debit Card, foreign currency purchases made online and overseas will automatically be debited from your account’s respective foreign currency funds without any foreign exchange conversion fees.

Can I use DBS credit card overseas?

Effective 22 September 2013, the magnetic stripe on all DBS/POSB Credit, Debit and ATM Cards will be disabled for overseas use.

Will my credit card convert currency?

If you say yes, the merchant will apply the conversion rate charged by its DCC service provider. If you say no, your credit card payment network — Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express — will do the conversion, and it will show up on your statement in dollars.

Which bank offers the best exchange rate?

Local banks and credit unions usually offer the best rates. Major banks, such as Chase or Bank of America, offer the added benefit of having ATMs overseas.

Can I pay internationally with credit card?

Visa and Mastercard are widely accepted worldwide. If an establishment takes credit cards, it’s a good bet that your Visa or Mastercard will work. American Express and Discover have an international presence, too, but they are accepted by fewer merchants.