A debit-card service charge is a tacked-on fee charged to customers for using the debit card as payment for a purchase. The subject becomes murky beyond this generic definition because the rules governing these charges were in a state of flux as of 2010. Potentially billions of dollars a year are at stake. The final outcome will determine how much more money debit-card-using consumers will pay to spend their money.
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