New Law Bans Certain Credit Card Surcharges That Hurt New Jerseyans

Governor Phil Murphy on Friday signed bill A4284/S3508, which prohibits sellers from imposing certain surcharges for credit card transactions and establishes certain notice requirements regarding surcharges.

The legislation builds upon the Murphy Administration’s efforts to protect New Jersey consumers by improving transparency and curtailing unfair practices that disproportionately burden low- and moderate-income New Jerseyans.

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