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Why credit card charges hurt the travel industry - The Independent

The IndependentWhy credit card charges hurt the travel industryThe IndependentA fashion store with a mark-up of 50 or 60 per cent might barely notice a 2 per cent credit card fee. But in the very marginal constituency of travel, the levy represents a large slice of 10 or 12 per cent commission. For travellers, the consequences ...and more »13-01-2018

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Why credit card charges hurt the travel industry
The Independent
A fashion store with a mark-up of 50 or 60 per cent might barely notice a 2 per cent credit card fee. But in the very marginal constituency of travel, the levy represents a large slice of 10 or 12 per cent commission. For travellers, the consequences ...

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