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What is the International Processing Fee for the UOB UnionPay Card?

What would be the international processing fee for the card and are there over limit Fees, what are the payment hierarchy?

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    Transactions made in SGD and processed outside Singapore using Visa or MasterCard respectively and will be subject to a fee of 1% of the transaction amount. A fee of S$40 will be imposed if the total outstanding Card Account balance exceeds the total Credit Limit at any time. If the outstanding is not paid in full, the payment received is first applied to repaying all outstanding balances or accrued interest with the highest interest rate.

    2019.08.01 7:4

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