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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 ...Shops now BANNED from charging you extra to pay on card - your questions answered and what to do if you're ...Mirror.co.ukSurcharge card ban: What does it mean for you?ITV NewsEU ban on 'rip-off' card surcharges comes into force todayMetroExpress.co.uk -AOL UK -Evening Standardall 46 news articles »13-01-2018

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Credit cards: is this the end of the great rip-off?
The Guardian
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 ...
Shops now BANNED from charging you extra to pay on card - your questions answered and what to do if you're ...Mirror.co.uk
Surcharge card ban: What does it mean for you?ITV News
EU ban on 'rip-off' card surcharges comes into force todayMetro
Express.co.uk -AOL UK -Evening Standard
all 46 news articles »
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