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    Starting Oct. 1, 2015, businesses could be on the hook for fraudulent transactions if their credit and debit card readers have not been upgraded to accept new cards embedded with microchips.

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Starting Oct. 1, 2015, businesses could be on the hook for fraudulent transactions if their credit and debit card readers have not been upgraded to accept new cards embedded with microchips.
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