Visa and Mastercard blame increased risk of fraud for post-Brexit fee hikes

Visa and Mastercard have cited fraud and increased competition to justify post-brexit fee increases on cross-border payments from the UK.

Travel to the United Kingdom UK After Brexit? WHAT CHANGED?

Wondering what it is like to travel to the UK post brexit? What has changed traveling to the UK for EU citizens? And what about other travelers going to the UK? In this video I’m sharing my experience traveling to the UK for the first time since Brexit.

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New post-Brexit visa rules are a huge waste of time – Britons deeply regret booking an EU holiday

New post-Brexit visa rules are a huge waste of time – Britons deeply regret booking an EU holiday

Once the BREXIT restrictions come into effect, some Britons may regret booking a holiday abroad. They even regretted booking a holiday in the EU member states.
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Taking Pets To The EU Post Brexit – Additional £180 Fee

Taking Pets To The EU Post Brexit – Additional £180 Fee

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Bringing your furry friends to mainland Europe with you on a getaway is becoming costly.

This is another mark of the UK’s exit from the EU.

The EU now no longer accepts ‘pet passports’ issued in the UK and residents must now pay £180 for a four-month Animal Healthcare Certificate from their vet before heading abroad.

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According to UK Government guidelines, if you are travelling to an EU country or Northern Ireland, your pet will need a:

* Microchip

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MasterCard, Visa gift cards have a frustrating secret

Do you have any Visa or MasterCard gift cards left over from the holiday season, or perhaps from your birthday? You might want to think twice before you use them at a restaurant or at a hair or nail salon.