Not sure - I've never seen one either, but according to the TV commercials I've seen, they go click, click, click a lot.
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Bill Gates: If I had a nickel for every time someone had to hit Ctrl-Alt-Delete - I'd be a Billionaire
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The provider is Elavon, but we signed up via Costco.
If, as a merchant, you're paying $0.10 + 3% per transaction, then you may want to look for a better deal. My wife's bakery doesn't do a huge volume (tho that would be nice), and only pays:
- $0.06 per transaction for debit/interact payments
- 1.6% per transaction for MC/Visa
She will also let someone use plastic to buy a cookie for $0.70 - yes, we loose a few cents on it, but the customer will be back and the next time they do buy more. (Kind of funny, watching someone buy a cookie for a quick snack / sugar rush, walk out the door, take a bite, turn around, come back in and buy a dozen).
Bad Corporation. Bad! Don't do that again!
Good luck trying to get any experts testifying about anything in the future. If your testimony doesn't match up with what the gov't wants to hear you go to jail?
1) The law as currently written says Wind Mobile can't operate in Canada due to foreign ownership restrictions.
2) CRTC follows the law and says Wind Mobile can't operate due to foreign ownership restrictions.
3) Tories say they should be able to operate in Canada.
4) Somebody, probably a competitor not happy with 3), takes it to court.
5) Federal Court says: Wind Mobile should not be doing business in Canada because the law says it can't.
6) Tories are going to have to get the law changed if they want Wind Mobile to operate in Canada, or Wind is going to have to change it's ownership structure such that it complies with Canadian law.
As much as I think the CRTC is realy screwed up and makes a lot of stupid decisions, in this case, they were actually doing what they were supposed to.