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Im trying to use my South Korean Visa credit card at the gas pump and it is asking for my zip code. What am I supposed to do? Is there a generic ZIP code I can use?

marked as duplicate by David Richerby, DJClayworth, Kate Gregory, JonathanReez, Nean Der Thal Jul 8 '16 at 10:44

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    Duplicate of this question: Is there a ZIP code I can enter when paying-at-the-pump in the USA with a foreign credit card? but DO NOT VOTE TO CLOSE as there is no answer for South Korean Visa cards. – mts Jul 8 '16 at 9:55
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    @mts The question is still a duplicate, and should be closed as one. We should collect all the answers in one place: it's much better to have a question that lists all known answers than to have South Korea covered by this question, and other countries covered by the other one. – David Richerby Jul 8 '16 at 10:01
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    I see your point but the close reason says "This question has been asked before and already has an answer." (emphasis mine) which in this case is just not true! So I suggest to leave this post open until the South Korean credit card case has been answered in the general post and then and only then close it as a dupe! Closing it now will not help the OP nor create an incentive to post new answers for this special case. That's my 2 cent in this. @DavidRicherby – mts Jul 8 '16 at 10:04
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    @mts I could create 150+ questions on paying with a credit card of each country on Earth then. Voting to close as dupe. – JonathanReez Jul 8 '16 at 10:26
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    What is wrong with having 200 extra posts, or even 40,000? In the modern searchable world, why be stingy with questions - are we trying to save a few megabytes of server space? There is currently no mechanism (other than expensive bounties) to attract attention to an old question, and so if the old question doesn't have info on South Korea, chances are it will stay this way. So we're creating a negative experience for the question-asker... in the name of what, exactly? – Eugene O Jul 8 '16 at 11:54