In our rapidly evolving cashless society, accepting credit card payments has become the norm for most businesses, including laundromats. However, the transaction fees associated with credit card payments can add up, affecting a laundromat’s bottom line. To strike a balance, many laundromat owners consider passing these fees onto their customers. This practice, when done correctly, can ensure the cost of service remains economical for those who prefer the traditional methods of cash and coin payment. Here’s a closer look at how and why this can be achieved.