Why has extra fees was deducted from my card ?

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When consumers choose non-USD credit cards to pay, the consumer's card issuing bank may incur additional exchange rate conversion service fees, or foreign transaction fees.

A foreign transaction (FX) fee is a surcharge on your credit card bill that appears when you make a purchase that either passes through a foreign bank or is in a currency other than the U.S. dollar (USD). This fee is charged by many credit card issuers, typically ranging from 1% to 3% of the transaction.

Please consult your bank about this fee. We will not charge it. Setting your credit card to support USD transactions will avoid this additional bank charge.

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