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Who can paint a picture of the Fees and charges for the Maybank Visa Infinite Card?

As regards Card Transactions in Foreign Currencies and Transactions Processed Overseas, who can provide me some insights of the annual fees and charges of the Maybank Visa Infinite Card?

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    Essentially, the annual fee for Maybank Visa Infinite Card will be automatically waived with a total minimum spend of S$60,000 per annum, from either the principal and/or supplementary cards but excludes Fund Transfer, late charges, interest charges and all other fees and charges imposed by Maybank; but for Visa Infinite the administrative fee shall be 1.75% of the said amount (or such fee as the Bank may determine from time to time). In addition, all Card Transactions in foreign currency will be subject to a charge of up to 1% on the converted Singapore dollar amount by the respective card associations.

    2019.08.01 6:34

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