Don’t Make Us Pay is Back at it Again

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After months of silence, we received a mass e-mail yesterday from the infamous dontmakeuspay.org:

Tell Your Congressman: Repeal the Durbin Amendment!
Take Action! 

You know all too well the harm that the Durbin amendment on debit cards has caused to debit card users like you. Across America, we’re seeing higher fees, the end of free checking and disappearing rewards – without a penny of savings at the cash register.

Fortunately, some members of Congress are standing up for consumers. They’ve introduced legislation that would repeal this harmful amendment and reverse the harm it’s causing for debit card users.

This legislation won’t pass without your help. Click the link to send a letter to your representative, and ask them to co-sponsor this important legislation. And don’t forget to spread the word about this important effort.

  • Use the #DurbinFees hashtag on Twitter to tell your followers why we need this legislation to prevent higher debit card fees.
  • Post a link to the letter on Facebook, and ask your friends to join the effort.
  • Let’s join together and make our voices heard: repeal the Durbin amendment. Don’t make us pay.

    Last modified: February 7, 2012
    Sean Murray



    Category: Debit Cards, Merchant Processing, Syndicated

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