A credit card surcharge is an additional fee that a merchant may pass to a consumer or business when they elect to use a credit card as a means of payment to help offset the high cost of credit card acceptance. In the past, state laws and major credit card companies prohibited surcharging - the rules have now changed, and it’s now permitted for a merchant to apply a surcharge to customers who pay with a credit card.
Eliminate the cost prohibitive credit card acceptance fees, while adhering to compliance requirements, by using surcharging solution for credit card payments accepted over the phone or at the point of sale.
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