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Dynamic Currency Conversion is Alive & Well in Paris

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Over many visits to Paris I have never encountered dynamic currency conversion. We've been here just a couple days now and have been asked twice at restaurants if we wanted the charge in $. Then this am on Rue Montorgueil in one of markets, there was a sign stating if you are not using a euro credit card the charge will be in the currency of the credit card. Beware.

PS Paris seems to be doing fine despite the tragic events of 9 days ago.

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