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Does any one have Visa Infinite Card?

Does any one have Visa Infinite Card? Looks like it is next generation card after Visa Signature?
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Re: Does any one have Visa Infinite Card?


concorduser wrote:
Does any one have Visa Infinite Card? Looks like it is next generation card after Visa Signature?

No US bank offers Visa Infinite at this time.

 

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Re: Does any one have Visa Infinite Card?


concorduser wrote:
Does any one have Visa Infinite Card? Looks like it is next generation card after Visa Signature?

 

I don't see the US in the drop down list on this page:

 

     http://www.visainfinite.com/

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Re: Does any one have Visa Infinite Card?

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creditwherecreditisdue wrote:

concorduser wrote:
Does any one have Visa Infinite Card? Looks like it is next generation card after Visa Signature?

 

I don't see the US in the drop down list on this page:

 

     http://www.visainfinite.com/


 

At least in the Asia-Pacific region, the Visa Infinite / MasterCard World are cards designed to part fools with a $500 or higher annual fee. 

 

The only difference between Infinite / World cards and your common gold or standard card is, aside from the annual fee, additional benefits / services such as a free annual medical examination, free use of certain golf courses, expedited service in bank branches and airport VIP lounge access. 

 

Again, this is only the Asia-Pacific region.  YMMV.

 

P.S.  I forgot to mention that credit limits may be signifiantly higher.  Still, if you have a strong cerdit history than even with your standard card you can get the same high limits.

Message Edited by O6 on 12-20-2009 10:06 PM
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