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Sending money to SA

king1

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It's been quite a while since my last purchase in SA, and it seems the CC charges have jumped a bunch. Does anyone have a better"read cheaper"way to pay resort levies or Cape Escapes. Cape now charges a 5% surcharge on CC payments.
 

rcshelton

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Based on comments I have read on this board, I recently got a Capital One Credit Card just to make out of country payments. They do not place any surcharge on expenditures outside the US.
 
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