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Learn how a Foreign Currency Prepaid Travel Money Card can help make travelling with foreign currency easier and safer.
Simply swipe and sign to pay at merchants, or use your PIN at ATMs to withdraw cash.
Simply visit a branch of the authorized seller where you originally purchased the Card or authorize someone to reload on your behalf until 31st August, 2016. Please note: The last date of reloading: August 31, 2016
Use the Card at millions of merchants and ATMs worldwide, wherever American Express is accepted. (Exceptions: India, Nepal, Bhutan, and other countries where Indian or United States sanctions apply.)
You can also use the Card in countries where the local currency is different from the currency of your Card.
Spend only the funds you have loaded onto the Card.
Check your balance and transaction history online or by phone, anywhere, anytime.
Give yourself and your employees an easier, safer way to carry funds during business trips.
For any available balance on your American Express Global Travel Card post 31st October 2016, you will receive an equivalent Indian Rupee Cheque at the address available on American Express systems.
You can rest assured your balance will stay the same between trips.
Exchange rates are fixed at the time you add your funds, so you can avoid currency fluctuations.
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When you purchase the Card, you will also receive a Backup Card that has a separate PIN. If you report your Card as lost or stolen, we will deactivate it, and activate your Backup Card.
We will promptly send a Replacement Card to your chosen destination. Simply call Customer Service immediately for help if your Backup Card is lost or stolen.
While you are waiting for your Replacement Card to be delivered, you can access the remaining funds in your Card account by emergency money transfer via Western Union. Please note that standard limits apply, and funds will be released solely to the Cardmember.
The American Express GlobalTravel Card gives you access to emergency services from Global Assist®, including:
Learn more about Global Assist® Services
If you’re a victim of fraud, it’s our job to take care of it. You won't be held responsible for charges proven to be fraudulent, as long as you have complied with the American Express GlobalTravel Card Terms & Conditions.
Since there is no link to your bank account, you are also protected from additional harm from identity theft or fraud.
(*) View the detailed Fees, Charges, and Limits.
(1) Some ATM owners may charge an additional fee when the Card is used. This fee is determined and charged by the ATM owner and is not retained by us.
(2) Please note: Service Tax & Cess ( if any) would be charged separately as applicable.
(3) From 1st June 2016, the Service Tax Rate has been increased to 15% from 14.5% with the introduction of Krishi Kalyan Cess (‘KKC’) @ 0.5%. Due to pending technology update, American Express Banking Corp. (‘AEBC) continues to levy Service Tax only @ 14.5% on the Fees and Charges applicable on this product being used by you. AEBC shall make the full Service Tax payment to the Government of India @15% Service Tax Rate, on its own, and would not recover the KKC @ 0.5% from you. AEBC shall start levying the Service Tax @ 15% on the Fees and Charges applicable on the product usage, post completion. This schedule supersedes all pervious communication and charges.
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You will not be able to use your American Express GlobalTravel Card within India, Nepal, Bhutan at any merchants or ATMs, or other countries where India or United States restrictionsapply. American Express GlobalTravel Card is issued by American Express Banking Corp., a corporation organized under the New York State Banking Law, USA ;authorised to carry on banking business in India