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Need advice on best credit cards when living overseas

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Our credit card company has decided to withdraw our Visa cards since we live in Cambodia since this doesn't work with their "compliance team" (although we've had no problems in the past 3 years we've been living here).

We now find ourselves in the predicament of needing to get new credit cards that will work internationally as we're planning on travelling for a while, as well as provide us with benefits such as car rental insurance coverage and points we can apply to flights and other items (all of which we had with our UBS Visa).

We no longer have bank accounts in the U.S. and don't want to get a credit card from a local bank here in Cambodia. Can anyone help please?

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