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Re: Is being ask to show ID against credit card/merchant agreement

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Bran9192 wrote:
Thanks Cheddar!
I always thought they charged him a fee because he was a kid and wouldn't realize the difference and like I said I don't go it this store since it was bought by new people and they have employeed a noisey neighbor that likes to scream profanity at my daughter. Now that I know this I think I'm going to make it a point to go in with him the next time he stops in there! Where can I find some kind of documentation of this rule to provide the next time he goes in there. I have asked him not to shop there however it's the only store between home & school ( 3 miles away from home ) and he would rather pay the .50 than drive 15 minutes out of the way for drinks or whatever.



Here's the "Rules for Visa Merchants" handbook:
 
 
The rule against surcharges is at the top of page 10.
 
Also see page 29 for ID policies and even a special note on cards signed with "See ID".
 


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Re: Is being ask to show ID against credit card/merchant agreement

Thanks Cheddar! You are a sweet heart!
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Re: Is being ask to show ID against credit card/merchant agreement

Debit is different-

They can charge a debit fee- just not a CC fee.

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Timothy wrote:
Debit is different-

They can charge a debit fee- just not a CC fee.

Bran9192 wrote:
Thanks Cheddar! You are a sweet heart!






Really?
 
Didn't know that.
 
Off to do some more research.
 
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Bump. Anyone got any updated info on this?
 
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Re: Is being ask to show ID against credit card/merchant agreement

wow. totally different cluster of thoughts, not those that i am used to reading here. wow. different ways of thinking back then or a group of members perspectives that think differently from the present group perhaps. when the thread was bumped, i started reading it, and even before i looked at the date of the thread, it was clear to me that it was an old thread even before my eyes confirmed it.

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