The Payment Card Interchange Fee and Merchant Discount Antitrust Litigation ("Settlement") claims that merchants paid excessive interchange fees for accepting Visa and MasterCard because of an alleged conspiracy among the Defendants. The Court granted final approval of this Settlement on December 13, 2019, and will establish a claims process whereby eligible merchants will be able to claim their share of the billions in settlement funds.
What is Interchange?
Interchange is a fee paid by a merchant's bank (also known as the acquiring bank) to the cardholder's bank (the issuing bank) to compensate the issuing bank for a portion of the risks and costs it incurs.
Do You Qualify?
If your organization accepted Visa or MasterCard payments in the U.S. at any time from January 1, 2004, to January 25, 2019, you may be eligible to recover significant funds from this Settlement. Although the claim forms are not yet available and the filing deadline for claim submission has not been announced, you can engage MCAG now to ensure that a proper and timely claim is filed on behalf of your business.
We understand it can be frustrating trying to
manage your own settlements.
We know getting everything you deserve from class action settlements is hard work. At MCAG, Inc., we take revenue recovery seriously. Making sure you never miss an opportunity is our business!
All types and sizes of organizations trust MCAG to help them navigate their class action settlement journey.
MCAG's strategic partnerships help you get the most for your claim with the least amount of effort.
MCAG has helped our clients recover more than $260 million in revenue.
Fill out the form below
Receive your settlement
No hidden fees. MCAG doesn't get paid unless you get paid.
MCAG will gather the data and submit a claim on
We'll pay you once the court approves the distribution of settlement funds.
Complete our Registration Form using information corresponding to your headquarters/primary location. If you own more than one business and the businesses operate as separate entities, we suggest you complete a primary enrollment form for each business.