Costco Wholesale (COST) Said Paying Near Zero to Accept Cards in Citigroup Deal - Bloomberg (V) (AXP)
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Costco Wholesale (NASDAQ: COST) said to have paid AmEx (NYSE: AXP) about 0.6 percent of card transactions and is now set to benefit from Visa (NYSE: V), Citigroup (NYSE: C) incentive payments, according to Bloomberg.
Costco is said to be paying near zero to accept cards in the Citi deal.
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