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Euros vs. US dollars on credit card charges

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I seem to remember a posting some time ago about which to choose when offered to be billed in dollars instead of euros. I believe the answer was it's better to be billed in euros -- I suppose because when they convert to dollars the store charges more than your credit card company will. Can anyone advise on this? Thanks.

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