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Merchants allowed to add surcharges in U.S. beginning January 27, 2013

Sunday, December 30, 2012   (0 Comments)

As a result of a lawsuit settlement (first reported in July 2012), MasterCard Worldwide and Visa will be changing their U.S. merchant rules in January 2013, allowing merchants to add a surcharge for credit card payments. Read related resources from MasterCard Worldwide and Visa.

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