Have you made a major purchase on your credit card since Sunday? If so, it’s possible the retailer passed on a one to four percent credit card fee onto you, the consumer. A new law allows retailers to tack on that extra fee to your credit cards, but the law may be short-lived in New Jersey. A new Senate bill would prohibit those fees from being passed on to the consumer. Among the sponsors of the bill are Atlantic County State Senator Jim Whelan.
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