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Interchange Fee Settlement

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If your business accepted Visa or MasterCard payments any time from January 1, 2004 to January 25, 2019,
you’re likely eligible to recover significant funds from this pending Settlement.

Payment Card Interchange Fee and Merchant Discount Antitrust Litigation (MDL No. 1720)

Visa, MasterCard, and the Defendant Banks have officially reached a settlement on interchange fees. The Court granted
final approval of this Settlement on December 13, 2019, and will establish a claims process whereby eligible merchants will
be able to claim their share of the billions in settlement funds.

Settlement Fund: $5.54 billion
Settlement Period: January 1, 2004 – January 25, 2019
Claim Filing Deadline: TBD

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The lawsuit claims that merchants paid excessive interchange fees for accepting Visa and MasterCard because of an alleged conspiracy among the Defendants

Claim Buyout Service

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Instead of waiting for months or years for this suit to pay out your revenue, our firm is providing
liquidity for your claims, paying 100% of your future claims value, immediately.

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Capital reinvested immediately back into the business generating larger returns.

Claim Buyout Requirements*

We can provide a cash buyout if you meet the following requirements:

1. At least $15M in annual processing volume
2. Annual US net sales from 1/2004 – 1/2019
3. Annual US net Visa/Mastercard sales from 2004 – 2018 (or whatever is available)
4. Annual US Visa/Mastercard Interchange from 2004 – 2018 (or whatever is available)
5. January 2019 Merchant Processing Statement and any prior statements,
or [Annual summary statements demonstrating total Visa/Mastercard volume]

In less than a week we were able to deliver a settlement buyout guarantee of $460k for a retail client

Legal Disclaimer
You can file yourself without using a claims recovery service like Util Auditors, LLC by going to www.paymentcardsettlement.com or calling (800) 625-6440. Util Auditors, LLC is not affiliated with any court, claims administrator, class counsel, or other parties associated with any interchange fee settlement. Util Auditors, LLC is not a law firm, and does not, and will not offer legal advice. Nothing in this document shall be construed as legal advice. Util Auditors, LLC does not guarantee that any potential claim will be eligible, that any eligible claim will result in a recovery, that any approved claim will result in a recovery amount greater than the claim estimate for such claim, or that any approved claim will result in any residual amount payment.

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