Visa Premier credit card is the premium product of Visa Incorporated, a major technology and global payments company. It comes in a large variety of forms, catering for each consumer’s needs and income. A lot of banks in France offer this credit card and each of them decides what benefits and rewards to offer to their clients. What all these cards have in common, regardless of the issuing bank, is that consumers can use them at any business that accepts Visa cards.
What are the most interesting benefits of the Visa Premier card offered by the French banks?
1.Medical assistance or repatriation in case of accident
Are you worried of encountering medical issues while traveling abroad? Don’t be. With Visa Premier credit card you benefit of extensive medical assistance or repatriation, should such issues may occur (Bforbank, Société Générale, HSBC)
2. Travel insurance
Are you worried that your travel plans may suffer because of unexpected events? Don’t be. Visa Premier credit card offers you full protection for your travels, including protection for your luggage (BforBank, Société Générale)
3. Civil liability abroad in the event of damage caused to a third party
4. Damage / theft on a rental vehicle
Are you afraid of damaging a rented vehicle or that it may be stolen? Don’t be. You are covered by the policy insurance offered by the Visa Premier credit card (Bforbank)
5. Take advantage of specific benefits offered by Visa's partners
6. Enjoy 30 days purchase guarantee
You have access to the purchase guarantee facility, which covers your purchases for 30 days in the event of accidental damage. This is valid for you and for the members of your family (HSBC)
7. Access to your accounts, even those held in other banks
Do you have accounts with several banks and want to follow them from a single platform? Some banks offer you this possibility. (Boursorama)
8. Unlimited free cash withdrawals
Do you need cash? Use any bank to withdraw cash and you won't pay any fees. Sometimes, this benefit may be limited to the euro zone (Boursorama, Société Générale) or within the network of the bank (HSBC).