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

The GuardianCredit cards: is this the end of the great rip-off? | Money | The GuardianThe GuardianCustomers can no longer be charged extra for paying by credit or debit card, but firms are finding ways to get around the ban.Shops now BANNED from charging you extra to pay on card - your questions answered as new rules kick in on 'rip-off' card surcharges for paying with debit or credit cards to take on 'rip-off' card surcharges comes into forceSky NewsMetro -This is Money -AOL UKall 44 news articles »13-01-2018
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