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 Antitrust: Visa, Inc. v. Osborn and Visa, Inc. v. Stoumbos


As consumers are painfully aware, it frequently costs money to get cash from an ATM. Those “access fees” are paid by banks or ATM operators in return for use of Internet networks operated by petitioners Visa, Inc. and MasterCard. Access fees are controlled by rules imposed by Visa and MasterCard as a condition to access their networks. These rules say that an ATM operator may not charge a fee that is lower than Visa/MasterCard, even if it uses a lower-cost network. It is alleged that Visa/MasterCard and other banks are part of a price-fixing conspiracy by implementing and enforcing these access fee rules. Read more >>

By Barbara L. Jones


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