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  1. Lloyds Auctioneers pays penalty for excessive payment surcharges

    17 October 2018 - issued three infringement notices for alleged breaches of the excessive payment surcharges law. From September 2017 to March 2018, Lloyds charged customers a 2.25% surcharge when making credit or debit card payments online for auction items purchased. The ACCC considered these surcharges were excessive because they were higher than Lloyds’ cost of processing those …
  2. ACCC takes action against Europcar for excessive card payment surcharges

    25 July 2018 - for allegedly charging excessive credit and debit card payment surcharges, in breach of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 … above what it cost Europcar to accept those payments. The ACCC also alleges excessive payment surcharges were imposed … charged surcharges of up to 1.43 per cent, although the rates varied over time and by the type of card. The ACCC alleges …
  3. Correction: Cruisin Motorhomes pays penalty for excessive payment surcharges

    17 July 2018 - an infringement notice for an alleged breach of the excessive payment surcharge laws in the  Competition and Consumer Act 2010 … surcharge, despite the cost of processing the payment ranging from 0.41 to 1.48 per cent. The excess payment surcharge laws … of acceptance for MasterCard debit is 0.41 per cent, a business can only add a surcharge of 0.41 per cent for customers who pay …
  4. Cardcall pays infringement notices for alleged misleading phonecard advertising

    29 April 2014 - phonecard services, including flagfall fees, service fees and other surcharges. The terms and conditions, which were …
  5. Populism and the CCA

    30 November 2017 - surcharges, the Government gave us many important inquiries to run in electricity, gas and banking … I could use this entire …
  6. Making markets work for consumers

    16 March 2016 - new laws banning excessive payment surcharges, providing transparency in costs. Consumers are likely to have strong views …