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Doug Nicholas

Doug Nicholas has been writing for Credit-Land.com since February 2007
Total Number of Posts: 413
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Swipe Fee Battle Still Rages Despite Settlement Offer

Posted: July 17, 2012

A lawsuit brought against MasterCard and Visa by a coalition of merchants who accused them of conspiring to fix prices is shaping up to be one of the biggest payouts in history, with Visa and MasterCard agreeing to pay $7.25 billion to settle the case. At ... Continue reading

Swipe Fee Battle Still Rages Despite Settlement Offer

Posted: July 17, 2012

A lawsuit brought against MasterCard and Visa by a coalition of merchants who accused them of conspiring to fix prices is shaping up to be one of the biggest payouts in history, with Visa and MasterCard agreeing to pay $7.25 billion to settle the case. At ... Continue reading

American Express Sponsors Young Foodies

Posted: July 10, 2012

In New York City this week, American Express is teaming with PAPER Magazine and Target to create a foodie's dream supermarket in a Chelsea Warehouse.The first annual Super (Duper) Market is a free event, open to the public and running for three days - July ... Continue reading

SkyTeam Adds Destinations For Frequent Flyer Miles Travelers

Posted: July 03, 2012

Middle East Airlines, headquartered in Beirut, became the 17th member of international airline alliance SkyTeam last week - and the second Middle Eastern member of the alliance. Continue reading

Citi Helps You Choose Watch-Guard Preferred

Posted: June 27, 2012

Citi credit card customers may have been signed up for a $5.95-per-month security service without their consent after Citi checked the ''opt-in'' box for them on their monthly statement. Continue reading

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