The Traveler's Dilemma: U.S. Cards Just Don't Have the 'Thing'

The vision for payment cards has long been to become the practical equivalent of a global currency. Cross-border operability made credit cards indispensable for travelers. But when U.S. cardholders travel in EMV (chip-and PIN) countries, the vision may be tarnished. Ken Paterson's recent travel experiences cause him to renew his appeal for solutions.

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