Part II – Our view: In swipe fees fight, retailers make better case – USATODAY.com #swipefees


These anticompetitive charges — known as interchange, or swipe, fees — add up. In 2008 retailers paid $48 billion, which they passed on in form of higher prices. Thats an average of $427 per household.

via Our view: In swipe fees fight, retailers make better case – USATODAY.com.

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