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NAPCP explores surcharging realities in an interview with LIMA3

Thursday, March 14, 2013   (0 Comments)

Surcharging rules (for credit card payments) in the U.S. have changed as a result of the 2012 interchange lawsuit settlement by MasterCard, Visa, and major banks. To obtain a better understanding of the surcharging element, the NAPCP's Lynn Larson talked with Greg Evans, president of LIMA3—an integrated Level 3 EIPP solution. The complete interview, published within the NAPCP's March TransAct! newsletter, helps shed light on this developing industry change.

Members and subscribers, learn more about the lawsuit settlement.

Members, access the complete edition of the newsletter.


The periodic TransAct! newsletter is delivered via e-mail to NAPCP members and complimentary subscribers; archived online editions are available to NAPCP members only. Visit www.napcp.org/JoinNow to sign up!

 

The NAPCP and First Annapolis Consulting are currently conducting two surveys about card acceptance, which include surcharging questions. The survey open period has been extended to March 22. End-users, take the surveys today!


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