Professor Priya Raghubir discusses the difference between Mastercard and Visa credit cards
— April 29, 2019
Excerpt from WalletHub -- "I dont believe there is very much. But, for me, personally, I much prefer Visa cards. The Mastercards that I have are through Citibank, and I am unsure whether it is something to do with Mastercard, or something to do with the Citibank tie-up, but they are a lot more inconvenient to use, than, for example, the Visa card I have through Capital One. There does not seem to be a system for an automatic cash-back, for one, and, for the other, there seem to be maximums on the amount of cash-back you get per year. They also charge foreign transaction fees that my Capital One Visa does not."