Merchant EFTPOS payments company Tyro Payments has called for an inquiry to be held into why Australia’s SMEs are being charged what it claims is up to 10 times more than big business for processing credit and debit card transactions.
Merchant EFTPOS payments provider Tyro says the move this year to mandatory PIN codes instead of signatures on credit and debit card purchases will better protect consumers and help stamp out card theft and skimming.
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