"Most of what retailers can and cannot do involving credit and debit cards is ... " So the question is not 'Is it legal?' but rather, 'Do the card companies allow it?'" ... to charge customers who use cash less than those using credit or debit cards ...
Apr 13, 2017 ... Credit card purchases, both large and small, can have extra costs in the form ... Customers must be told about the fee in advance, or it must be ... Since the organizations can charge convenience fees, the cost of accepting credit cards is .... See related: What are my rights regarding credit card surcharges?, ...
Jan 28, 2013 ... Retailers may add surcharges on credit-card purchases ... JP Morgan Chase & Co. conspired to fix the fees stores pay to accept credit card purchases. ... To avoid the surcharge, consumers can pay with cash or debit cards.
(c) A consumer shall not be deemed to have elected to use a credit card in ... if only credit cards are accepted by that retailer in payment for an order made by a ...
In theory, the settlement will allow businesses to reduce the impact of credit card ... credit cards (NOT debit cards!), and may continue to surcharge Discover and ...
Jul 13, 2012 ... Be Aware: Credit Card Purchases May Soon Carry a Surcharge ... in 2005 regarding the fees merchants have to pay to accept credit card transactions. ... Consumers can only be charged checkout fees for credit card usage.
Jan 25, 2013 ... 27, retailers will be allowed to tack a surcharge of up to 4% onto your ... pass along the cost of those credit-card interchange fees to customers. ... As consumers, we don't take kindly to paying fees for stuff that used to be free.
Consumer Alert. Starting in 2013 ... charge customers extra if they use a credit card. Called surcharges, retailers may—but are ... because they accept MasterCard or Visa debit cards. ... Online sellers have to disclose that a surcharge will.
Feb 2, 2013 ... On behalf of the big banks, the credit card companies Visa and ... which are fees imposed on merchants for accepting credit and debit cards.