One of the "Big Four" banks in the United States, Chase Bank has its headquarters in Manhattan and is considered a major financial institution.

JPMorgan Chase & Co., of which Chase is a subsidiary, conducts business in more than one hundred countries across the world.

JPMorgan Chase & Co., of which Chase is a subsidiary, conducts business in more than one hundred countries across the world.

Chase Bank operates a network of approximately 16,000 automated teller machines (ATMs) in addition to its more than 5,000 physical locations.

There are fees associated with the use of Chase debit cards for certain services, but this is standard practise for most credit and debit cards.

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Chase foreign transaction fee

These vary depending on which card you choose, but one that you'll see frequently is the foreign transaction fee.

The Chase debit cards shown on their website charge a 3% fee on any transaction made in a currency other than US dollars.

This includes cash withdrawals made from ATMs, cash transactions made in locations other than ATMs, and purchases made with your card.

This will apply if you use your card to withdraw cash from an overseas ATM or make a purchase from a foreign seller.

The ATM situation is the most likely to affect you, because fees can quickly add up if you make a large number of withdrawals.

When evaluating debit cards from Chase, there are a few other factors besides fees for international transactions that should be considered.

We couldn't find a large selection of debit cards on the bank's website, but we've outlined a few you may want to use while travelling, along with their key features and fees.

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