Have Retailers Kept Their Promises?

By Admin, May 25, 2012


Retailers promised to lower prices for their customers once Congress capped the amount that they pay to accept debit cards – a cost called interchange. Data shows that the retail industry has already saved $825 million since October 1, when the price was capped.


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