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MerchantMaverick discusses both the old rates and new rates and makes the point that the additional 25-cent transaction fee (in addition to the percentage fee) can add up if you mainly process small transactions. The review was written before Intuit released an EMV solution to accept chipped cards, but that is now part of its offerings.

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