If you are a business owner who processed credit card payments between 2004 and 2019 and encountered excessive fees, you may be eligible to join a class action lawsuit related to unlawful credit card fees. Dayes Law Firm is examining reports that Mastercard, Visa, and their affiliates may have charged merchants unlawful fees on credit card transactions. If you are a business owner and believe you’ve experienced these unlawful credit card fees, you may be eligible for compensation. 

Between January 1, 2004, and January 25, 2019, Visa, Mastercard, and affiliated member banks may have violated antitrust regulations by charging unlawful credit card fees to merchants that took credit cards in the United States at any time during that time period.

If you operated a business that accepted credit cards as payment between 2004 and 2019, you may be eligible for compensation equal to a percentage related to the total amount charged on those cards. Dayes Law Firm may be able to help you secure justice and join a class action lawsuit concerning these improper fees. 

Our firm is looking to sign merchants who took cards during that period of time and who were charged unlawful credit card fees on transactions. 

Total credit card debt is now past the $1 trillion mark in the United States, according to Forbes, demonstrating that credit cards are being used more than ever for everyday shopping. Merchants are often compelled to accept credit cards to remain competitive, only to then face high fees from Mastercard, Visa, and their affiliates. 

If you and your business were impacted by these unlawful credit card fees, please reach out to Dayes Law Firm to learn more about your legal possibilities. Our team can potentially help you to join a class action lawsuit to receive compensation. 

With years of experience representing thousands of clients, our attorneys have the skills and expertise to represent you in this matter. Dayes Law Firm offers a free, no-obligation consultation of your situation where we can discuss the unique circumstances of you and your business. 

Please contact us to learn more about how the team at Dayes Law Firm can assist you today or give us a call now at (800) 503-2000.