GA-based InterCept yesterday re-stated its fourth quarter results which show a net loss of $13.2 million instead of the previously reported loss of $12.0 million. The change was due to a settlement with MasterCard over itsiBill subsidiary. In mid-March First Data notified InterCept that MasterCard had reviewed the historical charge-back percentages for the iBill operations for 2001 to 2003, and had determined that those percentages exceeded MasterCard’s limits. Yesterday, InterCept agreed to pay a total of $5.85 million to First Data and MasterCard for the final assessment. Of that amount, $3.5 million was recorded as an adjustment of the iBill purchase price, $1.9 million was recorded as an expense for the fourth quarter, and $450,000 will be recorded as an expense during the first quarter of 2003. For complete details on InterCept’s revised performance visit CardData ([www.carddata.com]).