- Merchants continue to agree that if they decide to surcharge their customers using credit or charge cards, any surcharge on American Express Card transactions would be no more than the surcharge on credit or charge card products issued on competing networks.
- Similarly, merchants agree that if they surcharge customers paying with prepaid or debit cards, they would not surcharge American Express prepaid cards more than any competing prepaid or debit cards issued on competing networks.
- Merchants would be allowed to surcharge charge and credit cards, even if they do not surcharge prepaid and debit card transactions.
- Merchants would agree not to pursue further legal challenges to American Express’ Non-Discrimination and Honor All Cards Provisions for at least 10 years after these changes are implemented.
- American Express would agree to pay reasonable attorneys fees for both cases up to a maximum total of $75 million, as approved by the Court.
- If merchants choose to pursue individual lawsuits or arbitrations for alleged damages relating to the Non-Discrimination and Honor All Cards Provisions, they would agree that any potential recovery would be limited to damages for the period prior to the implementation of the changes.
American Express Agrees To Settle Class Action Litigations
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