CREDIT CARD FROM OVERSEAS
A credit card from overseas is defined as payment instrument offered by payment card issuers or banks abroad in favour of accredit card user who wants to try foreign credit cards services.
A credit card from abroad aims to give more independency to those payment card users who are facing some issues with their cards in their home country because of credit score or other problems.
A credit card from overseas is however challenging for two reasons, the first being linked to the precondition to maintain a bank account in the country of the credit card issuer, and secondly the charged fees when proceeding for purchases can become higher than the one of a local credit card.
A credit card from abroad is a payment card issued outside of the country of the card user through foreign credit card issuers.
A credit card from overseas can be advantageous because of the terms and conditions compared to the credit card of the country of residence of a card holder.
The credit card from abroad has only one constraint as it assumes for its user that he also has a bank account in the same country where the credit card is issued.