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How do debit card interchange fees work cross-border?

In some countries (for example US, UK), only credit cards have a hefty percentage (usually around 2%) interchange fee, while debit cards have only a small fixed fee for each transaction. But in other ...
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Is there a fee if you used your debit card as credit card?

Is there a fee if you used your debit card as credit card? I see people recommending to always run debit card transactions as credit. There is a similar question here as well: What does it mean to ...
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Best bank for withdrawing cash when traveling outside the U.S.?

When I travel abroad (outside the US), it can get pricey to transfer money. I usually withdraw cash using my bank's debit card, but they charge a transaction fee and a percentage fee, I believe. For ...