Amazon reaches ‘global agreement’ with Visa on credit card fees

Close-up on Amazon logo with two Visa credit cards overlaying it

Amazon has agreed on a deal with Visa that will see it continue to accept payments from Visa credit cards, marking the end of a dispute over rising payment fees.

In a statement, the tech giant said: “We’ve recently reached a global agreement with Visa that allows all customers to continue using their Visa credit cards in our stores.”

Amazon did not offer any further details on the deal.

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