Merchants, Credit Card Companies Face Off on Capitol Hill Over Interchange Fees
Retailers who claim that the large credit card payment networks are fixing high interchange fees made their case to the House Energy and Commerce Committee?s consumer-protection panel yesterday, while lobbyists representing banking interests continued to maintain that retailers want credit card services without having to pay for them.
The Hill has a good roundup of what was said and whether it may actually spur any action.
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