Tell Congress: Reform the broken and unfair U.S. credit card market
The U.S. credit card market is broken, unfair and lacks competition. Retailers face monopolistic and non-negotiable swipe fees set by Visa and Mastercard, which control 80 percent of the credit card market. These fees raise costs for retailers and lead to higher prices for American consumers. 

S. 4674, The Credit Card Competition Act introduced by Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., and Sen. Roger Marshall, R-Kan., makes important reforms to the credit card market that would foster competition and significantly help Main Street businesses lower costs during these challenging economic times.

It’s time to reform to the U.S. credit card market, encourage competition and lower costs. Tell Congress to support the Credit Card Competition Act. 

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