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Old 03-01-2018, 08:09 AM   #41
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Re: Well, How’d You Get To That Number?

Originally Posted by Jay hole View Post
My flooring sub loves that I will pay him with a cc!!!! I get 2% cash back and he probably loses 3%.....fine with me!!!!
If he has half a brain he charges you 3% more and it's in the bid/invoice. Somebody always pays. You used to not be able to charge extra for credit cards so I raised my prices across the board. It's what retailers do. Now even the state will charge extra for cc fees when paying taxes.


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