All foreigners such as Azerbaijani citizens, Canadian citizens, Danish citizens, Egyptian citizens, Greek citizens, Indonesian citizens, Iranian citizens, Israeli citizens, Italian citizens, Japanese citizens, Kazakhstani citizens, Kuwaiti citizens residing in Bitez, Konacık, Göltürkbükü, Türkbükü, Gölköy, Gündoğan, Güvercinlik, Güllük, Boğaziçi, Tuzla, Milas or Akyarlar, Gümüşlük may apply for a credit card which allows a purchasing power with delayed payment. However, banks may reject the foreigners’ credit card application based on the documents that you submit and taking criteria such as your payment habits and financial background in consideration. Credit cards are subject to two types of limits in Turkey. The first one is the limit assigned to individuals, by which the upper limit to be assigned to a person is determined. There is also a credit card limit, which means that each credit card may have a different ümit. The total limit of all credit cards you own cannot exceed your personal limit. All foreigners such as Lebanese citizens, New Zealand citizens, Norwegian citizens, Philippine citizens, Portuguese citizens, Spanish citizens, Swedish citizens, Swiss citizens, Tunisian citizens, Turkmen citizens, Ukrainian citizens and German citizens residing in Yalıkavak, Bodrum, Turgutreis, Gümüşkaya, Kadıkalesi, Kıyıkışlacık, Torba, Gümbet, Yalıçiftlik, Kızılağaç, Mumcular, Ortakent or Yahşi should read the application form that contains information about interest rates, payment dates and other details during your application for credit card.