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The National Association of Convenience Stores, which represents 3,700 such shops, criticizes...

The National Association of Convenience Stores, which represents 3,700 such shops, criticizes the $7.25B settlement between the credit-card industry and merchants, saying the deal doesn't address the key issue of how much control the industry retains. The trade group has hired Constantine Cannon, a veteran law firm in fights against credit-card firms.
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  • huffboy
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    if they dont want to pay visa and mastercard - these stores can just stop accepting them. why force visa and mastercard to follow what they want?

     

    maybe i should sue these convenience stores for selling merchandise at double walmarts prices.
    16 Jul 2012, 06:19 AM Reply Like
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