Adam French, Which? Consumer Rights Expert, said:
“Consumers are already facing significant inconvenience and extra costs when shopping with businesses based in the EU and Mastercard’s decision to reimpose these hefty charges will come as another blow.
“The success of Brexit will be judged by how it affects our everyday lives, so the government must not neglect these consumer issues. Ministers must do a better job of explaining a confusing array of new rules and regulations and the government needs to work with the EU with a view to removing these costs as part of future negotiations.”