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How is everyone handling international web orders?
I will feed the landing page in their currency, but should I also show their currency throughout the checkout process?
Personally when I shop in the US I expect prices to be in $. If I shop in Europe I expect the prices in EUR. I can do the conversion myself. Most people know the exchange rates for $ and EUR for their currency.
How am I supposed to compare prices in different shops when one of them does me the "favor" of showing the prices in my currency? Also people will feel ripped of if the price you show converted in their currency is more than you charge for US customers. Either because the exchange rate was not correct or they made an error in their calculation.
What you could do is show your prices in US Dollar, and show the converted price in addition for information purposes. But make clear that you charge in dollar.
We have customers worldwide, only show prices in Euro and nobody ever complained.