I went to a restaurant in Connecticut recently, there was a sign next to the registers that read "We accept all major credit and debit cards*" followed by credit card company logos. BUT at the bottom of the sign it said with an asterisk and fine print [ *An Electronic Payment Convenience Fee of 3% of the total price will be charged ]
I know merchants have to pay fees to process credit cards but can a restaurant charge a fee, different amount, to someone paying with means other than cash?
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