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Amazon Launches Affordable Credit Card Reader

Posted at 7:26AM Thursday 14 Aug 2014

Amazon has long been criticised for taking business away from local firms but the online retailer's latest move – the launch of a mobile card reader - looks to recapture some of that karma.

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