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I feel your pain, having had a card “stopped” while in Canada - the bank decided that the cashpoint I attempted to use was “dodgy”. That took a couple of international calls to sort out and I had to go to a specific bank branch, with which mine had an arrangement, to take out cash.

My husband was in Canada with his son. I had placed a travel notice on our credit card and they still suspended it. Fortunately, they texted me and I was able to reactivate the card before he retried the transaction. Being out of country, he didn't have cell phone service except when on wifi at the hotel.
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