Tell Congress: Reform the broken and unfair U.S. credit card market
The U.S. credit card market is broken and unfair. It lacks competition and is fueling inflation by driving up prices for retailers and American consumers. 

Swipe fees for processing credit card transactions cost more than $700 a year for the average family. Reforming the credit card market would foster competition and significantly help Main Street businesses and their customers during these challenging economic times.

Tell Congress it’s time to fight swipe fee inflation and support reforms to the U.S. credit card market that encourage competition and transparency and lower costs.

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