Big Banks Say They Have 'No Part To Play' In Swipe Fee Suit

By Anne Cullen (April 19, 2019, 5:17 PM EDT) -- Bank of America, Barclays and other big banks under fire for allegedly saddling millions of merchants with excessive swipe fees argued that the rules governing those charges are set down by Visa and Mastercard, leaving the banks with "no part to play" in retailers' litigation to escape the fees....

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