@AC Re: Well, Ain't that dandy!
Itzman: "That takes a Visa,"
LDS: "Visa is a credit card,"
AC: "Comical, looks like you never left Royston Vasey, try getting out in the World."
Capital "V" visa, except if the first word in a sentence, is incorrect when referring to the stamp put on your passport. That "visa" should never, in English, be capitalized unless it's the first word of a sentence.
The credit card "Visa" needs to have an upper case "v" no matter where it occurs in a sentence.
LDS made the mistake of putting "Visa" as the first word of the sentence, where all forms of the word must be capitalized; so part of his point concerning incorrect capitalization and its somewhat humorous result was lost.
"Comical, looks like you never left Royston Vasey, try getting out in the World."
Try being literate. (And that should be a lower case "w" in "world". And your second comma should have been a semi-colon.)