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YouTrip

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OperationsYouTrip is developed by You Technologies Group Limited. Based in Hong Kong and Singapore. Started in 2016 in with a core focus on travellers.
TypeMobile app with a physical Mastercard (also EZLINK)
Currencies SupportedIt also supports exchange of 10 currencies so you can conveniently lock-down competitive rates before your trip.
FeesFree signup for card 0% Transaction fee 0% Top up fee $5 Dormancy fee (after 12 months of inactivity)
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  • Joan Poon
    Joan Poon
    Level 1. Freshie
    Reviewed on 07 Mar 2019
    Registering for the card: - 1-2 weeks. Due to its high demand now, it has taken a longer time for me to get it vs. some others who may take a few days. - KYC process was quick, just the IC details and a snapshot of it Suitable for: - Multi-currency online purchases - Transacting G10 currencies. Not too sure about other currencies as the exchange rate will only be displayed after you make the transaction - Purchases under SGD6000, since that’s the daily spend limit Fees: - No transfer fees - SGD10 card replacement fee - SGD5 atm withdrawal fee, deducted from your YouTrip card - SGD5 per month if your YouTrip account is dormant for 12 months from last transaction. don’t worry, you’ll be reminded once it hits 9 months from last transaction
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  • Kenneth Lou
    Kenneth Lou
    Level 8. Wizard
    Reviewed on 29 Nov 2018
    I met the YouTrip team once, and I'm surprised it was an actual mastercard and it took around 1 week for it to be activated. It was pretty straightforward, the typical KYC stuff, take photo of IC front and back etc. After that you get a SMS which says that you are activated. After that, the card can be used. I only used it locally so far (at any merchant which accepts Mastercard) which is a lot of them in Singapore, comes with a very nice app which shows you all the various currencies in the market which you can hold (up to 10 currencies). Will update again when I go overseas sometime in Feb 2019 (in Japan) :) Will definitely use this card while travelling, functions like a debit card. Only thing is that when you wanna withdraw money overseas it is $5 withdrawal fee in SGD. Worth a shot and One of the real big competitors to the DBS MCA!
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  • Xinyi Lum
    Xinyi Lum
    Level 5. Genius
    Reviewed on 29 Nov 2018
    Got the card a month ago - received it within 4 days of signing up. So far so good. The currency exchange rates are really quite promising compared to local money changers' rates. I think what is really helpful (for frequent travellers) is that you can store currencies in the account. The only drawback is that you cannot withdraw money out of the account, but what I do is then use it for bus and train fares.
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