News
05.06.2020
Visa Announces Delay to Interchange Fee Changes

Visa has announced that its upcoming U.S. credit card interchange fee changes will be delayed until April 2021 for every industry except grocery.

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News
03.27.2020
How Do the Latest Set of U.S. Interchange Changes Affect Merchants?

Visa and Mastercard have announced all credit card interchange fee changes will be pushed back from April to mid-July, citing the COVID-19 pandemic.

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News
02.28.2019
Damage to Durbin Amendment Reaches Tipping Point

The Durbin tipping point: new network fees could impose more than a half-billion dollars’ worth of additional charges on merchants.

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Blogs
09.19.2018
Visa and Mastercard (maybe) reach $6.2bn settlement over swipe fee dispute

Visa and Mastercard have settled a long-running antitrust case brought by merchants over unfair swipe fees.

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Blogs
09.01.2018
Merchant Card Bans: To What End?

To have a long-term effect on credit card interchange fees across the board, regulation - rather than a merchant-wide ban on certain card types - will be necessary.

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Blogs
06.29.2018
Visa and Mastercard settlement terms detrimental to merchants in the long-term

The WSJ reports that Visa and Mastercard are close to reaching a one-off $6.5 billion settlement with merchants.

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News
11.23.2016
Finextra News: Visa tweaks debit routing policies

Visa (NYSE:V) today modified and clarified existing debit network routing rules to help merchants and acquirers better understand implementation options.

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