A decade ago NACS asked you to tell us your biggest cost-related concern. It wasn€™t government regulations. It wasn€™t insurance. Nor was it wasn€™t the cost of technology. Overwhelmingly, you told us that debit and credit card fees were your biggest concern €" in 2001!
At that time nearly half (42 percent) of retailers cited debit and credit card fees as their top concern during an interactive general session on motor fuels at the 2001 NACS Show.
Our fight to address you cost concerns may finally bring relief €"- but only if you make your voice heard. Go to swipefeesletter.com and tell your senators to vote "No" on the Tester amendment that seeks to kill debit card swipe fee relief. This fight has been a decade in coming. Don€™t let it slip away.
Click here to see the video excerpt from "A 360 Look at Motor Fuels."
Sen. John Tester€™s (D-MT) amendment to delay swipe fee reform could come to the Senate floor as early as Wednesday, June 8. If you have not already done so, please go to nacsonline.com/swipefeesletter to email your senators asking them to vote NO on Tester€™s amendment. It is essential that we finish strong with a united voice.
In addition, take a few moments this week to call your senators and urge them to vote NO.