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New on GS Online: Payment Processing Litigation

At The Green Sheet, our mission is to provide MLS/ISOs with every tool needed to create wealth in the payment processing industry for themselves and the vendors they represent. In an industry built by independent contractors, knowledge is power and due diligence a necessity. To this end, we have created the Payment Processing Litigation (PPL) section online under the MLS Portal.

In the PPL section, we will provide links to public records regarding litigation filed pertaining to our industry. Our intent is to provide links to court records in civil and criminal cases at the federal, state and county jurisdictions, including small-claims suits. Additionally, we will provide links on legislative and regulatory matters that are relevant to our ISO/MLS readers.

Payment Processing Litigation is published under the supervision of Adam Atlas, Attorney at Law, Legal Editor for The Green Sheet, Inc. Adam will be responsible for vetting all of the materials for PPL.

In the coming weeks we will add the case documents for the Wal-Mart v. Visa/MasterCard suit and the Visa antitrust litigation.

The PPL area includes a form for submitting case information to us. If you know of a court complaint or are party to litigation pertaining to the payment processing industry, please complete the information submission form. Submissions can be made anonymously.

Please visit All case leads will be researched under Atlas' supervision. Decisions to post public records will be made solely at the discretion of Adam Atlas and The Green Sheet, Inc. Questions or comments may be directed to

Please do not contact The Green Sheet for further information on these cases. We are providing a link to the public records as a community service. No further information on the cases is available from our staff. The Green Sheet is very specifically NOT providing opinion, analysis or commentary on the litigation.

Notice to readers: These are archived articles. Contact names or information may be out of date. We regret any inconvenience.
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