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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.

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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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