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Re: Jan 13, surcharge fees can apply

bs6054 wrote:

FutureBillionaire wrote:

Rewards may improve so that consumers will keep using the cards so Visa and the others can keep their revenue stream where it is now. 


That would be interesting.   I guess for cash back rewards, the calculation is easy (2.5% surcharge, but I get 4% back), but for some rewards programs, much harder to evaluate


That would be good as I always use credit. I don't carry any debit card at all or much cash. People I work with can't understand like with out debit cards and I could not understand life with out credit cards! I can't be charged a surcharge as I live in FL as of now.

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