Who thinks it is unfair for businesses to be charged service fee's for credit cards/debit cards? It takes a lot out of their bottom line and in some areas, it is being used MORE than cash, more so in specific businesses. If in the future cash becomes obsolete, and let us say 90% of payments are made by some form of digital payment that incurs a service fee to retail owners, will there still be service charges? Isn't this just an evolution in the form of payment? How much longer will credit cards be considered a "convenience?" An example of how CC's can ruin a business: When gas prices were reaching $5, gas stations were actually LOSING money when customers would purchase gas with cards. There bottom line is about 12 cents/gallon and the 2% + commission fee they pay for CC's came out to about 13 cents/gallon. When will credit cards/debit cards be considered just like cash, another form of payment? Keep in mind the money Credit Card companies make from this is more than Late Fees, Interest, and any other "fee" combined. It is in the billions.