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Use Your Business Credit Card Internationally

Travel confidently with your Wells Fargo business credit card

Save money while you travel with no foreign transaction fees

Ensure that your business credit card can help you pay for all your international business expenses.

  • Our cards are accepted worldwide wherever you see the Visa and Mastercard logos
  • Wells Fargo business cards are chip enabled so you can travel with confidence
  • No foreign transaction fees on international purchases
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Let us know when and where you’ll be traveling so that we can monitor your accounts appropriately for fraudulent activity. Your card also comes with Zero Liability protection at no extra cost, which means you will be reimbursed for unauthorized transactions as long as you report them promptly.

Add your travel plan online, or call the customer service number on the back of your card. Keep in mind:

  • It's important to share details of your dates, travel locations, and contact information with Wells Fargo.
  • Owners and business administrators can set up travel plans for themselves and for cardholders. Cardholders with an online banking account can set this up for themselves.

Global acceptance WITH NO FOREIGN TRANSACTION FEES

Your Wells Fargo business credit card is either a MasterCard or a Visa card and is accepted worldwide wherever you see those logos. It's a good idea to have some foreign currency with you before you leave the U.S. to cover immediate expenses. Learn more about foreign currency and exchange rates.

Most merchants outside the U.S. only accept chip-enabled credit cards. To request a card with chip technology, call the number on the back of your business credit card. Watch video about how to use your chip card or read our frequently asked questions.

Important notes about chip-enabled cards

  • Some overseas merchants may require a PIN for chip card transactions, so be ready to use it on your trip. This PIN may also be used at an ATM. If you have misplaced your PIN, call the number on the back of your card before you depart. Store your PIN in a safe and secure location, separate from your business credit card.
  • An international customer service phone number is on the back of your business credit card. Store this number separately in case your business credit card is lost or stolen so it can be reported right away.

Introducing chip-based technology

Understand the benefits of using a chip-based business credit card when you travel.

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Customized alerts

Open a business checking account or business credit card and get Account Alerts

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