July 26, 2013
Court papers emerged yesterday which revealed a consortium of retailers led by Asda had lodged papers against Visa Inc. in the High Court on Tuesday.
Sources told the Daily Telegraph the retailers, also including Next, B&Q and Debenhams, wanted to recoup payment processing or interchange fees dating back “ten years”.
It follows a settlement in the US last year where Visa and Mastercard agreed to pay US retailers $7.25 billion – the largest anti-trust settlement in US history.
This article was posted: Friday, July 26, 2013 at 4:40 pm