Americans Run Into Trouble Using Credit Cards Abroad

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Americans increasingly run into trouble using credit cards abroad.

Americans are increasingly facing difficulty using their credit cards abroad.Chief culprit? Different technology standards.  U.S.-issued cards still have magnetic strips. More cards abroad are issued with encrypted microprocessor chips, and shops and businesses have adjusted the payment process to the varying standard, says Jack Jania of Gemalto, which develops chip cards.


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