Which states ban credit card surcharging?

Ten states, including California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, New York, Oklahoma, and Texas, plus Puerto Rico have laws that prohibit merchants from charging consumers with surcharges on credit card transactions. Minnesota prohibits a seller of goods or services that establishes and is responsible for its own customer credit card from imposing a surcharge on a purchaser who elects to use that credit card in lieu of payment by cash, check, or similar means. The language varies by state- B2B transactions may be excluded. Tread carefully, you may want to consult an attorney.  Merchants are not allowed to surcharge debit cards in any state.

The EU banned consumer surcharging effective January 2018.

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