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Firms set to pocket millions of pounds by imposing new charges to dodge a ban on credit card fees - Daily Mail

Daily MailFirms set to pocket millions of pounds by imposing new charges to dodge a ban on credit card feesDaily MailHannah Maundrell, of comparison website Money.co.uk, said: 'This makes a mockery of the law which is trying to protect us from getting ripped off.' Takeaway delivery business Just Eat was one of the first to announce a fee hike in the wake of the ...12-01-2018

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Firms set to pocket millions of pounds by imposing new charges to dodge a ban on credit card fees
Daily Mail
Hannah Maundrell, of comparison website Money.co.uk, said: 'This makes a mockery of the law which is trying to protect us from getting ripped off.' Takeaway delivery business Just Eat was one of the first to announce a fee hike in the wake of the ...

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