I live in the United States. Several weeks ago, my partner and I traveled on the TGV inOUI train from Paris to Barcelona. A section of the high-speed track was out of service so the train ended up delayed by just under 2 hours. As far as I can tell, SNCF's G30 guarantee entitles me to a refund of 25% of the €158 cost of our tickets (so about €40). I tried submitting the G30 form online, but the only options to receive this money were either a voucher for future travel or a wire transfer. I'm not particularly interested in a voucher because I'm not sure when I'll next be in France. As far as I can tell my bank (Chase) doesn't have any way to accept international wire transfers -- I tried putting in a couple different things I found for their bank code etc but the form didn't accept anything I tried. I originally paid for the tickets with a US credit card if that makes a difference.
Is there any way I can get my €40 back (preferably in a way that's easy to convert into dollars) without spending more than that in fees / opening a new bank account / etc?