Webinar: Take a closer look at swipe fees

Join us July 7 for a webinar on the operational ins and outs of the electronic payment ecosystem.
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For restaurant owners and operators, accepting payment in forms other than cash is imperative. But after labor and food, credit and debit card payment fees can represent one of a restaurant’s highest costs. Join us Thursday, July 7, at 2 p.m. ET, for a webinar on the operational ins and outs of the electronic payment ecosystem, including interchange fees, least-cost routing, card-not-present transactions and credit card surcharging, and learn more about the legislative and regulatory opportunities and hurdles that restaurants are facing in the payment arena today. Click here to register.

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