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Thank you for your registration. You may surcharge Mastercard-branded credit card transactions in the U.S. beginning 30 days from the date of your registration with Mastercard (and your separate notice to your acquirer or processor), provided that you comply with Mastercard’s rules governing surcharging in the U.S., which have been imposed pursuant to the U.S. merchant class litigation settlement. Mastercard’s rules on surcharging transactions in the U.S. and related information on surcharging can be found at: https://www.mastercard.us/en-us/merchants/get-support/merchant-surcharge-rules.html. Mastercard’s rules concerning surcharging in the U.S. do not alter any obligation of a merchant to comply with applicable state or federal laws, including but not limited to state laws that may prohibit or restrict surcharging of credit card transactions. Also, under no circumstances is surcharging permitted on Mastercard debit cards or prepaid cards.
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