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Card Payment Fees

Published on 14/03/2016

Review of Card Payment Fees

Over the last year, both Visa Debit and MasterCard Debit have introduced card payment fees for vendors accepting their method of payment.
While we always try to assist our clients by absorbing such charges, where possible, regrettably, we must now pass these charges on to any of our clients opting to pay their common charges or rent by such methods of payment.
In line with The Consumer Rights (Payment Surcharges) Regulations 2012, we have reviewed our card payment fees, for clients choosing to settle their common charges or rent by Debit or Credit Card.
The new card payment fee structure will come into force at 21st March 2016 and you will be advised of, and invited to accept, the fee being charged to your transaction, before making your payment.
Please note that there is still not any fee applied to payments made by Direct Debit and if this is of interest to you, please contact our office and we will be delighted to provide you with details on how to arrange a Direct Debit payment for your common charges or rent with our firm.
Kindly, contact our office if you require details of our card payment fee structure.

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