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The devil is in the details.


Jan
4
comment Can I pay for one traveler's round trip fare to Scotland and use miles for the other traveler's fare on United?
Simply trying to be helpful. They are able to provide an actionable solution to the question. I am not affiliated with them in any way, but I've used them before to save money and plan complex trips.
Jan
3
answered Can I pay for one traveler's round trip fare to Scotland and use miles for the other traveler's fare on United?
Dec
31
answered Where to buy cheap secondhand samue and yukata in Tokyo?
Dec
31
comment is this a chip & signature amex?
+1 to the reasonable @jpatokal
Dec
31
revised Can I get a working visa for Sweden if I am a Canadian Citizen? Can I get more than one?
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Dec
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Dec
30
answered Can I get a working visa for Sweden if I am a Canadian Citizen? Can I get more than one?
Dec
30
comment is this a chip & signature amex?
I have answered the question that was being asked. Thanks for the help.
Dec
30
comment is this a chip & signature amex?
The question is "is this a chip & signature amex?" the answer is no per my reasoning above.
Dec
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revised is this a chip & signature amex?
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Dec
30
comment is this a chip & signature amex?
The chip and pin/signature technology is standardized across carriers. All chip and pin/signature cards will have a similar looking gold or silver chip directly above the account number.
Dec
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revised is this a chip & signature amex?
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Dec
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answered is this a chip & signature amex?
Dec
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revised SCS Implant airport security fears
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Dec
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revised Is perfume/cologne purchased from abroad “better” than if bought in the United States?
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Dec
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comment Is perfume/cologne purchased from abroad “better” than if bought in the United States?
For example the FDA has stricter rules on cheese production than other countries. Cheeses made with unpasteurized (raw) milk can not be sold in the US unless they have been aged for at least 60 days. This is regulated by the The FDA with the intention of protecting consumers from potentially harmful bacteria in unpasteurized milk. After 60 days, the acids and salts in raw-milk cheese naturally prevent listeria, salmonella, and E. coli from growing. In contrast European cheeses have traditionally been made with raw milk as no such 60 day law exists in their market.
Dec
29
comment Is perfume/cologne purchased from abroad “better” than if bought in the United States?
It's a broader question simply asking if there are US regulations/rules that force fragrance makers to change the ingredients of their perfumes/colognes to be sold in the US market.
Dec
29
comment Is perfume/cologne purchased from abroad “better” than if bought in the United States?
Thank you @Annoyed , that is the nature of the question. It's not about the notes, just simply whether or not it is the same exact ingredients if purchased in two different locations (US vs. EU).
Dec
29
comment Is perfume/cologne purchased from abroad “better” than if bought in the United States?
The Guinness and tequila comparison is right on track. That is what I am trying to get to the bottom of: are fragrance producers required to change aspects of their products ingredients based on where it will be sold? The question is tagged "duty-free" because that is where many people shop for fragrances when traveling.