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These fees are meant to be used when paying with credit card is "bona fide" convenience over other forms of payment — for example, if the only other option for the customer would be a money order.
However, surcharging comes with several disadvantages that make it less appealing.
Many large retail chains (including giants such as Home Depot and Wal-Mart) have already gone on record stating that they have no plans to start adding checkout fees, as they believe that doing so would drive away customers.
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Finally, there is a loophole in these state laws which allow you to offer a discount to customers who pay by cash or check.
Many gas stations, for example, already engage in this practice.There are limits on what merchants can charge and conditions that merchants must meet in order to charge checkout fees — the next part of this article will explore these in depth.If your business operates in any of the 10 states (CA*, CO, CT, FL, KS, ME, MA, NY**, OK, TX) whose state laws prohibit surcharging, you may not charge checkout fees in that state.You might consider NOT surcharging if: Before deciding whether or not to surcharge, consider checkout fees through the eyes of your customers and carefully consider whether those fees will make up for any loss in revenue.Both the court settlement and the cards brands have outlined specific limits on surcharging in order to protect consumers.So, unless a business only accepted Discover and American Express, checkout fees were off the table. Businesses are now allowed to charge checkout fees to customers who use Visa and Master Card (NOT debit cards!