You may start seeing a new retailer surcharge, or “checkout fee,” when you use your credit card to buy goods and services in another state. A court settlement between retailers and the payments industry allows retailers to pass their credit card acceptance costs onto consumers in the form of a new fee. The settlement allows surcharging as of January 27, 2013.
Checkout fees are only permitted on credit and charge cards, NOT on debit cards. Additionally, the checkout fees are not allowed in 10 states and Colorado is one of them.
Where did credit card checkout fees come from and what are your rights? ~ to read more click the link below.
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