|Country||Currency||Amount||Buy||Sell||Deviation from the ECB|
|European Union||EUR||1||23.079||24.385||+2,42 %|
Information about card payments in foreign currency
The Bank settles card payments in the currency of the account to which the card was provided and on which the amount of the card transaction was blocked during its authorization. The amount of a payment made in a currency other than the currency of the account is converted at the current exchange rate of the Bank valid at the time of the settlement of the transaction. If the card transaction is executed in a currency other than the Settlement Currency (ie a currency other than CZK, EUR, GBP or USD), Mastercard will convert it at its exchange rate into EUR and the Bank will settle the amount received in EUR. The Bank has no influence on the exchange rate used by the Mastercard.
If the foreign currency is the currency of a Member State of the European Union, the currency of a European Economic Area, or the currency of Switzerland, in our exchange rate, you will find a percentage surcharge when converting the currency in our bank against the exchange rate of the European Central Bank. The percentage surcharge is calculated in relation to the exchange rate of the European Central Bank at the time of the last change of our exchange rate list.
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