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Under the new ban, retailers will no longer be allowed to charge customers any fees for using a card to make payment.
This will apply to transactions on any credit or debit card, including Visa, Mastercard and American Express.
campaigns against card fees Under the current system, many retailers charge consumers to pay with a credit or debit card, both in person and online.
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The government is introducing this ban thanks to a new EU law, the Payment Services Directive II. has been urging the government to address excessive card fees since March 2011, when it submitted a super-complaint to the Office of Fair Trading (OFT).
The OFT’s subsequent investigation found card surcharges were often far higher than the cost to companies to process the card transactions – and the complaint by Which? In April 2012, the government implemented a ban on ‘excessive fees’, meaning retailers had to keep cards fees at a ‘reasonable’ level and below the cost to their business. at the time estimated that a debit card payment would cost no more than 50p to process while a credit card payment would cost no more than 2% of the sale – yet while most companies scrapped debit card fees, many kept their credit card fees at up to 3%.
This has been difficult to police, as it falls under the remit of Trading Standards to enforce.
If you’ve been charged an excessive fee, you may be able to challenge it – find out how.