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For years I have booked train tickets on www.voyage-sncf.com site, printed my own tickets or retrieved from train station in France, paid with credit cards issued in Canada with no problem.

Today I tried to book tickets for July from Paris to Amsterdam , no problem each step till I filled up credit card info, then it said the payment is refused, I checked with card company, they said no transaction was asked. No luck with other cards, non with www.thalys.com either.

Is anyone with the same difficulty? Anyway to get around it?

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