Interchange fees

Visa, Mastercard face new pushback in $5.5 billion retailer suit

03/30/21

Visa and Mastercard are facing fresh opposition from U.S. retailers in a long-running legal fight over the fees merchants pay each time consumers swipe their credit or debit card at checkout.

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Card brands postpone fee hike, but merchants want interchange reform

03/16/21

Mastercard and Visa's one-year delay is only a partial victory for retailers, who want the networks to have less power to set rates.

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Visa, Mastercard to delay merchant fee hikes another year

03/16/21

Visa and Mastercard are postponing plans to boost the fees U.S. merchants pay when consumers use credit cards online, pushing back the changes another year to April 2022 because of the pandemic.

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How soon will fee income rebound at credit unions?

02/16/21

Noninterest income from Paycheck Protection loans and mortgage refinancings isn't enough to make up for shortfalls elsewhere, and growth prospects are hard to identify.

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How soon will fee income rebound at credit unions?

02/16/21

Noninterest income from Paycheck Protection loans and mortgage refinancings isn't enough to make up for shortfalls elsewhere, and growth prospects are hard to identify.

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Big banks, Big Tech face off over swipe fees

02/07/21

A showdown between megabanks such as JPMorgan Chase and the likes of Apple and PayPal could be the prelude to a broader fight.

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Banks keep piling credit card fees on retailers. Congress must act.

01/11/21

The fees banks charge to merchants have skyrocketed because people are making more purchases using their credit cards during the pandemic. Lawmakers can cap these fees before they further eat into retailers' profits.

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