Comission in Honduras Lempira


#1

I’m in Honduras and I’m paying in Lempira currency in the supermarket, but the rate for Euro -Lempira is 28’02 today. Anyway, Revolut is charging me the payments in the supermarket at 27’48 lempiras for 1 euro only.

It’s Monday afternoon so there’s no weekend fee. Why they charge me more than the MasterCard rate?

Thank you


#2

Revolut does not use MasterCard rate, they use their own. Which is ± similar to Mastercards. Maybe slightly less favorable to rare currency pairs like EUR/HNL.


#3

I understand Revolut use their own rate, but they show a rate in the app where the lowest rate has been 27’82 lempiras today, and they charge me at 27’48 lempiras anyway.


@moon


#4

Please check another direction (HNL-> EUR), then you can divide 1/ratio to see in the same order.