Air cartel moves to screw over the credit card industry

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    The airlines are apparently trying to remove the consumer's protection available when you use a credit card - to contest the charge with the credit card company for non-delivery of promised goods or services, or other failures. They're already exempt from application of state consumer protection laws, and now seem to want to want to really hang the consumer out to dry.

    Once they've got your money, good luck. Particularly if the contract with the airline includes your waiver of the right to go to court! (There is a "contract" you're entering into when you buy a ticket, you know -- one written by the airline.)
     

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