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2012 was a relatively quiet year for the credit card industry. However, there were a number of developments that may have a far-reaching impact in the years to come. Here are the top ten credit card stories of 2012: Swipe … Continue reading →
Retailers continue to fight hard against the $7.25 billion interchange fee settlement between merchants and Visa, MasterCard and several banks. On Tuesday, ten merchants and trade groups filed notice that they will challenge the settlement of this swipe fee price-fixing … Continue reading →
Despite an outcry from retailers and trade groups, the proposed $7.25 billion settlement between merchants and Visa, MasterCard and several large banks over interchange fees took another step to becoming reality on Friday when a federal judge granted preliminary approval … Continue reading →
The majority of plaintiffs named in the record $6 billion class-action settlement with Visa and MasterCard are now mounting an eleventh-hour effort to block the settlement. Ten of the 19 trade groups and retailers feel the settlement leaves issuers with … Continue reading →
Another major trade association has come out against the $7.25 billion settlement between some retailers and Visa and MasterCard over the interchange fees on credit card transactions. Today, the National Restaurant Association announced that it is opposing this settlement because … Continue reading →