Card firms trampling all over US interchange reforms

Nearly a decade after federal regulators forced U.S. banks to lower fees charged to process debit card transactions, much of the savings has been eroded and the United States has not kept up with other countries’ work to bring rising debit and credit card fees under control, according to a report released today by global payments consulting firm CMSPI.
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