Thursday, August 30, 2007
We came across this news item about price gouging at the gas pumps at one service station in Orlando, Florida. The comments by its station owner speak volumes about how Visa and MasterCard have successfully turned their electronic payment operation into a giant pinball game, where there are so many varied prices for the same thing. The difference, in this case is that motorists can easily put their car in drive and choose another gas station, but merchants like us are forced to accept whatever prices the card associations and its member banks dream up.
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