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Merchants will be allowed to deny mobile payments: report

Briefs | 11/10/2014 9:30 pm EST

The federal government is poised to introduce rules that would ensure retailers can opt out of accepting payments though smartphone applications while still maintaining contactless-payment processing for credit cards, the Wall Street Journal reported online Monday.

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