After months of fretting, ISOs, agents and processors are viewing the upcoming cap on debit card interchange fees as a golden opportunity to increase margins, boost revenue and gain market share.
Acquiring Business Sees Opportunity In Debit Interchange Cap
JUL 7, 2011 3:07pm ET
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