Eurocard was introduced in 1964 by a Swedish banker. It is a credit card, but today it exists in combination with the MasterCard acceptance mark, meaning the Eurocard name is still on a card, though only the MasterCard logo is displayed at locations that accept MasterCard cards.
You can use Eurocard to purchase and pay for services. Eurocard is accepted mostly in Scandinavian countries and the Baltic countries. The service is easy to use, secure and free of charge.
Eurocard helps customers to make payments in a safe, efficient and convenient manner.
Below you can see fees for Eurocard Corporate Gold, a card that has no spending limit and is accepted all over the world.
|Annual fee 20 days payment terms||EUR 69|
|Annual fee 30 days payment terms||EUR 85|
|ATM fee / cash advance fee||2% minimum EUR 4.50|
|Currency conversion fee||2%|
|Replacement card||EUR 9|
|Express card fee||EUR 39|
|Invoice copy||EUR 9|
|Reminder fee 1||EUR 6|
|Reminder fee 2||EUR 9|
|Late payment interest||2% per month|
Customer Support is available Monday through Friday, 8.30 – 17.00 CET. However, if your lose your card or you find that something is wrong, the card blocking service is open 24 hours a day, all year round.