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Recalling The Benefits Of Accepting Credit And Debit In Your Store

Is your business still operating under a “cash only” policy? If so, you’re preventing it from maximizing its profits. There’s no clearer way to put it: remaining “cash only” is bad for your business. In the year 2017, consumers from all walks of life are carrying credit cards and debit cards. Many of them aren’t …

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Exploring The Many Benefits Of Wireless Terminals

If you spent the entire summer without using a wireless terminal to accept Visa, MasterCard and Interac payments, you missed out. There’s no simpler way to put it. The benefits of accepting credit card and debit card payments with a wireless terminal are many. This was made evident by a number of merchants who decided …

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New App Presents Oxymoronic Situation At CNE

This week, we have been exploring the world of plastic acceptance at Toronto’s annual Canadian National Exhibition fair. Complete with rides, shows, games and tons of food, the yearly tradition that marks the end of Toronto’s summer is one that is enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of visitors. As our blogs this week have shown, …

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Merchants At CNE Grounds Proven To Be Plastic-Friendly

In our last blog, we reported that food vendors inside the Food Building at Toronto’s Canadian National Exhibition, this year, still seem to be resistant to the idea of accepting credit cards and debit cards as methods of payment. Noticeably, most vendors have “cash only” signs displayed at their locations within the building to tell …

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Toronto Caribbean Carnival Finally Becomes Plastic-Friendly

This past Saturday marked the return of the Toronto Caribbean Carnival parade. Also commonly referred to as “Caribana” (its former official name), the annual parade marks the culmination of weeks of celebrating the music, food and costumes of the Caribbean. Known for bringing millions of people to Lakeshore Ave., including visitors from all over the …

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Interac Making Strides In Protecting Their Customers

Many people like the idea of using credit cards and debit cards to protect themselves from loss, theft and fraud. Of course, these cards can always get lost or stolen. But that doesn’t necessarily mean that one’s money is lost or stolen if this happens. Customers are often provided with protection against such losses from …

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