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Business.com Guide to Credit Card Processing
Consumers are so used to the convenience of credit and debit cards that it’s no longer an option for a merchant to take plastic—it’s a necessity. This overview

debit cards  convenience of credit and debit cards that it’s no longer an option for a merchant to take plastic—it’s a necessity. This overview of credit card processing takes a look at the equipment you need to read cards and transmit data, reviews the types of fees credit card processing companies charge merchants, and offers a few tips for purchasing a credit card processing plan.

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