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Credit cards: is this the end of the great rip-off? - The Guardian

The GuardianCredit cards: is this the end of the great rip-off?The GuardianUntil Friday, Flybe charged a 1% fee for bookings made by credit card or PayPal, and 2.5% for Amex cards. It told Guardian Money last week it would “continue to accept bookings paid by debit and credit cards”, but did not disclose further details. The ...Card surcharges ban - what does it mean for consumers?AOL UKShould small businesses raise their prices to compensate for the new card surcharge ban?This is Moneyall 46 news articles »13-01-2018

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Credit cards: is this the end of the great rip-off?
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Until Friday, Flybe charged a 1% fee for bookings made by credit card or PayPal, and 2.5% for Amex cards. It told Guardian Money last week it would “continue to accept bookings paid by debit and credit cards”, but did not disclose further details. The ...
Card surcharges ban - what does it mean for consumers?AOL UK
Should small businesses raise their prices to compensate for the new card surcharge ban?This is Money

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