Payment Card Settlement for U.S. Merchants
Hosted by Robins Kaplan LLP
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Thank you for your interest in the webinar sessions regarding the $5.5 Billion Payment Card Settlement for U.S. Merchants. If your business accepted Visa and/or Mastercard credit or debit cards at any time between January 1, 2004, and January 25, 2019, you are likely part of the class of merchants who are entitled to a share of the settlement. This webinar included step-by-step guidance on filling out the claim form and submitting it for approval without the need for third-party assistance.
- Introduction to the Settlement: Learn about the background and significance of the historic antitrust class-action settlement.
- Who's Affected? If your business accepted Visa and/or Mastercard between Jan. 1, 2004, and Jan. 25, 2019, you could be a part of the largest antitrust class-action settlement in history.
- Understanding the Payment Card Settlement: Learn how this settlement provides relief for millions of U.S. merchants who have paid allegedly inflated Visa and Mastercard interchange fees for years.
- Claims Period Details: Find out when the claims period begins and what steps you need to take to ensure you receive your share of the $5.5 billion settlement.
- Making Claiming Your Share Easy: Discover how the claims process has been streamlined to take as little as five minutes, designed to be quick and straightforward for business owners.
If you would like more information about this webinar or would like to request session materials, please contact Ronnie Ries at RRies@Robinskaplan.com.
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