Unformatted text preview: Some merchants that are rather unscrupulous and devious try to get away with charging you with whatever type of currency they choose, which is why it is important to remember to say you would like to pay with local money. It is also important to keep an eye out for international fees in the United States as well. If you’re dealing with international companies, U.S. banks charge fees on purchases made here, in U.S. dollars. Because it is so difficult to decipher when your bank might charge you such a fee, it is recommended that you avoid the hassle entirely by seeking out a credit union with lower fees....
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- Spring '08
- Microeconomics, Credit card, United States dollar