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The big question now is whether the authorities will enforce this, as they have failed to enforce previous legislation.’Guy Anker of Money Saving said: ‘Scrapping card surcharges is good news for the millions of consumers who would otherwise have been milked by companies who whack on unexpected charges at the end of the process – something that has been happening for years.’But he warned: ‘While it will make it easier for consumers to compare prices we expect some companies will raise prices for all to compensate for the loss, which could hit those who currently pay in cash or by debit card.’The Treasury said firms caught breaking the law would be forced to reimburse customers and face fines.The fee ban will also apply to local authorities and agencies such as the DVLA.
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Although Monarch and Virgin Atlantic have ditched their card fees, others continue to levy hefty charges.