Mogul of Pineapples wrote:A salesperson's card? As in, a high end card? If you ask most people I bet they would say Capital One has a very different stereotype that that: a card for lower end credit scores. Though over the past few years they have been trying to veer away from that stigma and also improve customer service. But going back to the original question, there have been no recent Capital One foreign transaction fee changes that I am aware of.
I believe my capitol 1 venture gold card is used as often as the chase Sapphire. both cards are used for business . expense accounts.
you don't really see people using either card capitol 1 or chase at the gap, old navy, Jc penny or Brooks brothers.
But if your standing in line to check into a hotel you will see these cards being used capitol 1 and chase sapphire are designed for business travelers.