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Cruisin Motorhomes pays penalty for excessive payment surcharges


Cruisin Motorhomes Pty Ltd (Cruisin Motorhomes) has paid a penalty of $2,600 after the ACCC issued an infringement notice for an alleged breach of the excessive payment surcharge laws in the Competition and Consumer Act 2010.

Cruisin Motorhomes operates a campervan and motorhome rental business, with branches in Hobart, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Cairns.

The ACCC alleged that, in January 2018, Cruisin Motorhomes charged Visa and MasterCard customers a 2 per cent surcharge, despite the cost of processing the payment ranging from 0.41 to 1.48 per cent.

Source: Etbtravelnews.global

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